The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MAE) “firmly” condemned the terrorist attack that took place on Saturday in Kabul, leaving behind numerous victims, says a release issued on Sunday.
MAE voiced its “entire solidarity” with the Afghan authorities and the Afghan people and “reaffirmed Romania’s commitment to continue to support fight against international terrorism.”
“The Ministry of Foreign Affairs voiced its entire solidarity with the Afghan authorities and the Afghan people and sent condolences to the families of the victims, hoping at the same time for the fast recovery of the wounded. MAE reaffirmed Romania’s commitment to continue to support fight against international terrorism, as this was an unacceptable attack to the lives of innocent people,” reads the release.
The attack with a explosives packed ambulance occurred on Saturday in Kabul causing 103 people to die and 235 to suffer injuries, among these being also numerous policemen, the Minister of Interior Wais Barmak made an announcement on Sunday, according to Reuters, AFP and DPA.
The government in Kabul declared Sunday as a national mourning day for Afghanistan.
The attack, claimed by the Taliban, was one of the bloodies committed in Kabul in the past years and the third committed during the same week in Afghanistan, after the one at the Intercontinental Hotel on January 20 and the one on Wednesday which targeted the “Save the Children” organization in Jalalabad.