Afghan Voice Agency(AVA)_Moitoring, This delegation promised the family members of the victims all kinds of cooperation and donated 100,000 afghanis for the families who have lost their loved ones and 50,000 afghanis for those who have injured ones as a result of Friday’s suicide attack in Kabul.
“These murderers, these savages and these criminals do not know any religion or humanity and they do whatever they can and it is clear all of us are their targets,” the delegation said to victim’s families.
In the visit, Abdul Latif Nazari, IEA’s deputy minister of economy and a member of this delegation said that the enemies of Afghanistan by committing such actions plan to divide the nation.
“By committing such acts, the enemy of Afghanistan’s stability, security, development and progress is trying to create separation, division, hypocrisy, violence and hatred among the people of Afghanistan,” said Nazari.
Meanwhile, the United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) wrote in a tweet that the death toll of the attack at Kaj institute has reached 43 people killed and 83 injured.
Friday’s deadly explosion at an educational center in Kabul has sparked widespread condemnations domestically and globally.
The blast at “Kaj” educational center left more 19 people dead, including boys and girls, and 27 others wounded, according to Khalid Zadran, a spokesman for Kabul police.
The blast was widely condemned by the Islamic Emirate as well as Afghan political leaders and foreign diplomatic missions.
The IEA’s spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid meanwhile condemned the attack in a tweet and called it a “huge horror.”