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Pakistan condemns Kabul bombings, sends message of solidary to Afghans

ISLAMABAD – Pakistan on Tuesday strongly condemned three terrorist attacks in Kabul that killed six people and left several injured.

The Foreign Office said in a statement, the government extended deep sympathies to the families of those who lost their lives and wished for a swift recovery for the injured.

Two bomb blasts were reported in a Shia Hazara neighbourhood of the Afghan capital. In another incident, a nearby English language centre was targeted in a grenade attack.

“Pakistan strongly condemns terrorism in all its forms and manifestations and stands with Afghan brothers in this moment of sorrow,” the statement stated.

It is important that Afghanistan and the international community engage in close cooperation against the scourge of terrorism, it added.

The number of attacks in the country has significantly declined since the Taliban ousted the US-backed Afghan government in August, but the Islamic State group has claimed several attacks since then.

Courtesy: Daily Pakistan

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