India condemns terrorist attack in AfghanistanNovember 14th, 2007 - 10:15 am ICT by admin
“We were specially grieved to hear that many children were amongst the victims of this attack,” it added.
“We greatly regret the death in this attack of Mr. Mustafa Kazimi, a distinguished former Minister of the Government of Afghanistan.
“Such acts underline the need for a renewed commitment by the international community to the Government and People of Afghanistan in their task of developing a democratic, stable and prosperous nation,” the MEA said.
Over 40 people, including six lawmakers, were reportedly killed in the suicide attack, which was termed as the deadliest attack since the 2001 fall of the Taliban. (ANI)
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