Pakistan condemns school suicide bombing in Kabul

Pakistan condemns school suicide bombing in Kabul
Pakistan’s Foreign Ministry spokesman Dr. Muhammad Faisal. (APP)
Updated 16 August 2018

Pakistan condemns school suicide bombing in Kabul

Pakistan condemns school suicide bombing in Kabul
  • The Foreign Office termed the attack as "inhuman" and "incomprehensible act of terrorism”
  • Prime Minister designate Imran Khan also expressed deep grief and sorrow over loss of precious lives

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan condemned a deadly suicide bombing at an education center in a predominantly Shiite neighborhood of western Kabul on Wednesday.
The attack killed at least 48 people and injured 67. 
Pakistan’s Foreign Ministry spokesman Dr. Muhammad Faisal described the attack as “inhuman” and an “incomprehensible act of terrorism.
"We strongly condemn this inhuman and incomprehensible act of terrorism at an educational institute in Kabul," Dr. Faisal said in a statement posted on his twitter account.
Adding: “Our hearts go out to the affected families.”
Pakistan’s Prime Minister in-waiting Imran Khan expressed his condolences and wished the injured a speedy recovery, Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf (PTI) central media department said in a press release.




Pakistan’s government condemned the suicide bombing at an education center in Kabul. (Image taken from government’s official Twitter account)