Indonesian diplomat Tazwin Hanif has succumbed to injuries sustained in a fire at the Indonesian Embassy in Rome earlier this month. Deputy Ambassador Des Alwi said Tazwin’s condition had worsened significantly in the three days following the incident. Hospital doctors had done some emergency operations but were unable to prevent the patient’s death at 4:25 p.m. local time on Dec. 25. Initially, Tazwin’s injuries from the Dec. 2 incident had described has mild. Tazwin leaves one wife and three children. He was a senior diplomat at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and a specialist on the issue of climate change. He was also a member of the evaluation committee at the United Nations’ International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD). “The Indonesian Embassy in Rome is coordinating with the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs on the legal process related to autopsy obligations. Once the administrative necessities are cleared, we will bring the body back to Indonesia as soon as possible,” Des said to thejakartapost.com on Dec. 26.
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