World leaders and UN condemn suicide blast in Kabul capital city of Afghanistan

According to media news report, world leaders and United Nations (UN) have condemn  the suicide blast  on Saturday in Kabul the capital city of Afghanistan that killed at least 103 people and injured over 235 people, said media news reports.

Reportedly India’s External Affairs Ministry said, the perpetrators  and their supporters should be brought to justice.

Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates reportedly have also condemned the suicide bombing.

UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres reportedly said, indiscriminate attacks against civilians are grave violations of human rights  and international humanitarian law, and can never be justified, and the UN Security Council has also undermined the need to hold the perpetrators, financiers and sponsors  of such attacks accountable and bring them to justice, said media news reports.


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