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Widespread reactions to recent attack on Kaaj education center

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Meanwhile, members of the United Nations Security Council have also condemned the attack in the strongest terms and conveyed their condolence and sympathy to the families of the incident’s victims. 

As part of national and international reactions to recent attack on an educational center in Kabul, Deputy Prime Minister Mawlavi Abdul Salam Hanafi has considered the attack as a big crime.
Speaking in a meeting in Kabul, Mawlavi Hanafi said that attack on educational centers and mosques was an inhuman act and perpetrators of such incidents should be arrested and submitted to justice.
“I think anybody committing such crime and targeting Muslims in mosques or students at educational centers is committing a big crime,” Mawlavi Hanafi said.
The Islamic Emirate’s spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid has also condemned the attack on Kaaj Educational Center and considered it as a big crime.
“Necessary steps will be taken in connection with arresting and punishment of the attack’s perpetrators,” Mujahid said.
Meanwhile, members of the United Nations Security Council have also condemned the attack in the strongest terms and conveyed their condolence and sympathy to the families of the incident’s victims.
The UNSC by expressing concern over continued attacks on schools and educational centers in Afghanistan said all the people should have access to education in the country.
Members of the UNSC stressed on the need to hold the perpetrators, organizers, financially providers and supporters of such brutal act of terror accountable, asking the world countries to closely work and cooperate with all relevant authorities in this regard.
The deadly attack on the Kaaj Educational Center in Barchi area of Kabul has caused reactions inside and outside of Afghanistan. The United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA), the United Nations Special Rapporteur on Afghanistan Affairs, the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), the U.S. Embassy to Afghanistan in Doha and the British Embassy have also condemned the attack and expressed their sympathy to the victims.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Uzbekistan, the Russian Embassy in Kabul, representative of the European Union’s Foreign Policy and a number of other institutions and figures have also condemned the suicide attack on the respective educational center in Kabul.
The Uzbek foreign affairs ministry in a statement strongly condemned the attack and called on the Islamic Emirate to take all measures to identify the organizers and perpetrators of this cynical and inhuman attack.
Afghanistan Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA) has also condemned the attack, saying that the attack was carried out by the enemies of the people of Afghanistan.

It’s worth mentioning that the casualties toll from the suicide bomb attack on an the education center in Kabul, the capital last week has risen to at least 43 dead and 83 wounded. Girls and young women were the main victims and the casualties were expected to rise further.
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The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.