India strongly condemned the deadly terrorists blasts near the Kabul airport on Thursday.
The Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) said in a late night statement that the terror attacks has intensified the need for the world to stand unitedly against the terrorism and those providing bolthole to terrorists.
The MEA said in a statement, “India strongly condemns the bomb blasts in Kabul today."
The Associated Press, quoting Russian officials, had reported that at least 13 people were killed and 13 were injured in the twin blast at the Kabul airport and Baron Hotel.
The Pentagon said several number of US “service members” were killed in the “complex attack” at the Kabul airport.
The MEA has extended its condolences to the victim's families of the deadly attacks and prayers also go out to the injured.
The blast took place amidst a clamber by several countries to evacuate their citizens and Afghan partners from Kabul before the deadline of August 31 for the withdrawal of American troops.
Thousands of Afghans were pervading around the Kabul airport for over a week, in a dying attempt to flee from the country fearing the Taliban’s brutality.