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NATO condemns terrorist attack in Kabul
13:47, 31 May 2017
NATO condemns terrorist attack in Kabul

The Ukrainian Foreign Ministry also condemns the attack

13:47, 31 May 2017

Reuters

Jens Stoltenberg, the Secretary General of NATO condemned the terroristic attack in Kabul. He wrote this at Twitter.

‘I condemn the horrific attack in Kabul. My thoughts are with all those affected. NATO stands with Afghanistan in the fight against terrorism’, he wrote.

Pavlo Klimkin, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine also condemned the attack in the capital of Afghanistan.

‘Condemn brutal attack in Kabul’s diplomatic district. Deepest condolences to families and friends of those killed, speedy recovery to the injured’, Klimkin wrote.

Abdullah Abdullah, the Chief Executive of Afghanistan also commented on the attack.

‘We want peace but those who kill us in the holy month of Ramadan don’t worth a call of peace they must be destroyed and uprooted’, he wrote.

The powerful bomb explosion thundered near Kabul’s diplomat district on May 31. The car rigged with explosives blasted near the Embassy of Germany to Afghanistan. About 80 people killed and more than 350 get injured.

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