An expression used in PR, especially political, when the person or organization is expected to care about a situation and comment on it, but:

1) They don't actually give a shit, because the situation in question isn't particularly relevant to them, but it is politically imprudent to say that outright.

2) They definitely will not be doing anything about it.

Has become a generic response to any negative situation the person/organization is asked about but cannot or would not actually be concerned at all about.
Reporter: Mr. President, how do you feel about the plight of double amputees in Micronesia?

President: We are deeply concerned for the well being of those brave individuals.
by Hagen von Tronje June 13, 2012
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1. Said when someone doesn't give a shit for something but efussively tries to convince others that it is indeed
2. Coward
3. Useless
1. The European Union is deeply concerned by the continuing escalation of violence in Myanmar
2. I am deeply concerned by yesterday's ruling of the Polish Constitutional Tribunal
3. ... as tensions reach a fever pitch between Russia ..., energy analysts are deeply concerned ...
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This phrase is used to express concern about the situation, to sympathize, but in fact you do not care and you are not going to do anything to solve the problem.
The World Health Organization (WHO) is deeply concerned for the health of the people of Ukraine in the escalating crisis.

WHO is deeply concerned about the unfolding humanitarian emergency in Ukraine
by Sotni May 22, 2022
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