Afghan Voice Agency (AVA): Hassan Kazemi Qomi, Iran's special representative for Afghanistan affairs, announced that the country is ready to help the survivors of today's explosion in Kabul.
Iran's special representative for Afghanistan announced his readiness to help the victims of today's explosion in Kabul in a phone call with the officials of the Ministry of Public Health of the Islamic Emirate.
Earlier, the Iranian embassy in Afghanistan condemned the terrorist attack on the Kaj educational center in the west of Kabul and called it a "terrorist attack".
The Embassy of Iran in Kabul has written in a tweet: "The Embassy of the Islamic Republic of Iran has strongly condemned the brutal and terrorist incident in the west of Kabul that resulted in the martyrdom and injury of a number of innocent people, especially Afghan schoolboys and girls, and expresses its condolences. He expresses his condolences to the survivors of this incident."
Nafi Takur; The spokesman of the Ministry of Interior of the Islamic Emirate said that the attack this morning on the Kaj educational center in the west of Kabul left 19 martyrs and 27 wounded.
Some eyewitnesses, however, say that the casualties of this explosion are more than what they have officially announced.
The explosion took place this morning when the mock entrance exam was going on in this educational center.