There is no need to apologise

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Hi all,

I was wondering if the expression "There is no need to apologise" or "please do not apologise" can be also used in formal writing..
I need to reply to quite a formal email where they communicate a different time of a meeting.
Which sentence would you use?

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  • Egmont

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    English - U.S.
    Either one is correct. I would probably choose the first as a matter of style. Of course, saying anything like this in your reply presumes that the writer of the e-mail apologized (that's my AE spelling) in the first place.
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