Seven people have been killed, including two diplomats, in a helicopter crash in the mountainous region of Gilgit-Balistan, Pakistan, the country's military said Friday.
The Pakistani army confirmed that the ambassadors from the Philippines and Norway are among the dead.
The wives of the Malaysian and Indonesian ambassadors have also been killed.
In addition to the four foreigners killed, two pilots and a crew member also died.
In a statement, military spokesperson Major-General Asim Bajwa said that the MI-17 helicopter was carrying 17 people, including 11 foreigners, Al Jazeera reported.
The 10 survivors, including the Dutch and Polish ambassadors, have "varying degrees of injuries," Bajwa said.
The diplomats were headed to a northern village where Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif was going "to inaugurate the newly installed chair-lift at a ski resort," according to the Associated Press.
Bajwa said that the helicopter suffered a technical failure that led to the crash.
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