Women mourn during a memorial ceremony for the seven crew members who died in the Ethiopian Airlines accident.
The UN Secretary-General "was deeply saddened at the tragic loss of lives in the airplane crash," said Stephane Dujarric, spokesperson for the secretary-general, on Sunday.
Meanwhile, the Kenyan government has formed two emergency centres for those affected by the tragedy. Thirty-two victims of the crash were Kenyans.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, whose country lost 18 nationals in the plane crash, in a statement on Sunday said "I am deeply saddened by the terrible plane crash."
Chinese Foreign Ministry's spokesperson Lu Kang extended profound condolences to the victims and deep sympathy to the bereaved families, and urged Ethiopian authorities to find out the cause of the crash.
The Nairobi-bound Boeing 737-8 MAX crashed on Sunday near Bishoftu town, about 45 kilometre from the Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa, just minutes after takeoff from Bole International Airport, killing all 157 people on board.
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