The UN, civil institutions, Afghan government, and countries across the world condemned the barbaric, senseless Saturday suicide attack which claimed the lives of nearly 300 people.
The Afghan government strongly condemned the terrorist attack, saying terrorists are the losers in the war.
“The enemies of Afghanistan must understand they are the losers in the current imposed war on Afghanistan,” ARG palace said in statement.
Leaders of the national unity government expressed sympathy with the families of the victims and wished a speedy recovery for the injured people.
United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres, the Security Council and the UN in Afghanistan have strongly condemned Saturday’s massive vehicle bomb attack.
In a statement from his Spokesman, Mr. Guterres said that indiscriminate attacks against civilians are grave violations of human rights and international humanitarian law and can never be justified.
“Those responsible for today’s attack must be brought to justice,” he added.
The high representative of EU Federica Mogherini strongly condemned the terrorist attack in Kabul.
For the third time in under a week, civilians in Afghanistan have been the target of terrible terrorist attacks. My thoughts and the thoughts of citizens of the whole European Union are with the Afghan people after today’s attack in Kabul. We mourn those whose lives were lost, send our condolences to the families and friends affected, and wish a quick recovery to the injured.
These acts are against the people of Afghanistan, against reconciliation, against peace. For too long, the aspiration of many to live in peace has been hijacked by the struggle for power of a few. As the European Union, we have always worked and will keep working with the people of Afghanistan, with its government, with the many who seek peace.
India strongly condemned the Kabul attack, calling it “a barbaric and dastardly act targeting innocent civilians”. Standing in solidarity with the people and government of Afghanistan the Ministry of External Affairs in a statement called such acts of terror a cowardly act.
“There can be no justification for such reprehensible attacks. The perpetrators of these attacks and their supporters should be brought to justice,” the statement said.
The Islamic Republic of Iran also strongly condemned Kabul attack calling for regional cooperation to counter terrorism.
“The Islamic Republic of Iran has always highlighted the necessity of constant fight against terrorism and has shown its determination in this respect. We believe that the regional countries’ cooperation is the only way to counter terrorism,” Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Bahram Qassemi said.
He also expressed sympathy with the Afghan government and people and the families of the victims.
Pakistan condemned the terrorist attack in Kabul.
“We express deep grief and sorrow at the loss of precious human lives in this terrorist attack in which a number of people have also been reportedly injured,” the Pakistani Foreign Office said in statement.
Arab nations have also strongly condemned the terror attack.
The United Arab Emirates has condemned the suicide bombing that took place Saturday in the center of Afghanistan capital, Kabul.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation (MoFAIC) in a statement, expressed the country’s vehement condemnation of these acts of terror, affirming the UAE’s utter and steadfast rejection of all forms of violence and terrorism which target all without distinction as to religion or ethnicity.
The Ministry reiterated the UAE’s call on the international community to close ranks and uproot the evil of terrorism which threatens international peace and stability.
The Ministry voiced full sympathy and solidarity with the families of the victims and wished the injured speedy recovery.
Riyadh expressed solidarity with the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan in the face of terrorism and extremism, and its condolences to the families of the victims with wishes for speedy recovery for the injured.
The foreign ministry of Bahrain and Qatari government also severely condemned Saturday terrorist attack and expressed support with the Afghan government.
The Foreign Ministry extends its profound condolences to families of the victims and its sincere wishes for the recovery of the injured. “Bahrain stands with Afghanistan and supports all measures it takes to preserve the country’s security and stability,” said a statement.
Sri Lanka has also strongly condemned the terrorist attack in Kabul.
“Sri Lanka strongly condemns the terrorist attacks in Kabul, targeting innocent civilians and those under medical treatment,” the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said in a statement.
Trump administration also condemned the terrorist attack which led to death of dozens people and injuring scores.
“I condemn the despicable car bombing attack in Kabul today that has left scores of innocent civilians dead and hundreds injured. This murderous attack renews our resolve and that of our Afghan partners,” Trump said in a statement.
“Now, all countries should take decisive action against the Taliban and the terrorist infrastructure that supports them.”
“The Taliban’s cruelty will not prevail,” Trump added.
This time Taliban group used an ambulance to target the people.
The terrorist attack which took place Saturday noon, claimed the lives of at least 95 people and wounded more than 150 other people.