The International Community in Geneva stands in sympathy with the victim’s family, people and Government of Afghanistan on the loss and causalities of the terrorist attack of July 23rd in Kabul
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On July 26, 2016; the Embassy and Permanent Representative of Afghanistan to the UN Office and other International Organizations in Geneva marked the national day of mourning for the loss and pain caused by the terrorist attack against civilian demonstrator, in Dehmazan Square, Kabul on 23rd July 2016. A book of condolence was opened in the Afghanistan Permanent Representative in Geneva alongside with the country's half raised-flag to respect the national mourning.
In that attack, at least 80 were killed and more than 290 injured and was one of the most bloody terrorist attacks in the recent years in Kabul. Daesh took the responsibility of that attack.
His Excellency President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani tasked a fact-finding commission to investigate the attack against the civilian demonstrators and instructed the government to ensure adequate medical care to those injured.
Ambassadors of Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Fiji, Bhutan, Pakistan, Austria, Liechtenstein and Brazil; the Charge de Affairs of the Russian Federation, Belarus, Norway, Iran, Guatemala, Laos; as well as Diplomats from Bulgaria, Libya, Azerbaijan, Madagascar, Ethiopia, Czech, Iraq, Ghana, Lebanon; the World Trade Organization and few Afghans working in the UN and other International Organizations were among those to visit and share condolences with the government and people of Afghanistan. They reflected their commitment and firm support to the efforts taken by the Government of Islamic Republic of Afghanistan to contain acts of violence and terror, and that the Afghanistan government efforts will reflect positively on the region's stability and global security.
بازگشت مهاجرین افغان از پاکستان باید داوطلبانه باشد
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