Spokesman Strongly Condemns Suicide Blast in Kabul
Iran’s Foreign Ministry spokesman has strongly denounced and expressed regret and hatred over a suicide bomb attack at a wedding ceremony in the Afghan capital Kabul,
Iran’s Foreign Ministry spokesman has strongly denounced and expressed regret and hatred over a suicide bomb attack at a wedding ceremony in the Afghan capital Kabul, which left over 200 people dead or injured.
In a Sunday statement, Seyyed Abbas Mousavi offered condolences to the Afghan government and people, especially the bereaved families of the victims of this inhumane act.
He expressed the Iranian government and nation’s support for the Afghan government and nation, saying the perpetrators of such crimes are enemies of humanity, peace, security and stability in Afghanistan and in the whole region.
“Afghanistan is passing through tough times and a determining juncture along which lie numerous problems and obstacles,” said the spokesman.
“We are confident that Afghanistan can weather these problems and shape a bright future for the country’s future generations through unity between the government and nation and among all parties and ethnic groups, patience and far-sightedness,” Mousavi noted.
“In this path, Afghanistan will always have Iran by its side,” he said.