28 June 2017

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Monday, June 05, 2017

Kabul (BNA) Pakistan strongly condemns the terrorists attack at the funeral of Salem Izedyar, son of the Deputy Chairman Mashrano Jirga, Saturday afternoon in Kabul, resulting in loss of numerous innocent lives and inflicting injuries to many others.
These terrorist attacks are against human values and deserve utmost condemnation in every possible way, a statement from the Pak embassy in Kabul said.
The Government and the people of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan express their heartfelt sympathies and deepest condolences to the Government and the people of Islamic Republic of Afghanistan and to the bereaved families in this hour of grief.
Our thoughts are with the victims of the attacks and we pray for the speedy recovery of the injured. Pakistan stands shoulder-to-shoulder with its Afghan breather in their anguish and mourning.

Monday, June 5, 2017
Kabul (BNA) People of Afghanistan will never succumb to terror and dogmatism, Afghan Ambassador to Iran Nasir Ahmad Noor said on Sunday.
He made the remarks while commenting on a huge explosion that rocked Kabul’s diplomatic area on May 31 killing at least 100 and injuring 400 others. Also in another terror attack on June 3, at least 19 people have been killed by blasts at the funeral for a politician’s son who died in violent clashes in the Afghan capital Kabul.
Referring to the chain of terror incidents, the Afghan envoy thanked the Iranian officials and people sympathy with Afghan nation.
Afghanistan is a victim of proxy war of powers, he noted.
The Afghan ambassador added that the blind terrorism and their supporters in a coward attack targeted the civilians to uncover their hypocrisy.
“World sympathized with the Afghan nation on the terror attacks and the world sympathy was encouraging for our nation and military forces who are fighting terrorists,” he underlined.

Monday, June 05, 2017

Kabul (BNA) A message, lamenting the families of those fallen and those sustained injuries in the recent terrorist attack, quoted President of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, Mohammad Ashraf Ghani to condemn it in the strongest possible term and saying the main aim of the enemy was to create gap between the people and the government.
“They [the enemy] wants to create discord and division between the nation and the government as well as between two tribes, between elders and the youth, between man and woman, create distance between political activists and the social body and impose other various gaps to swallow our society,” the message read adding creating unrest was the secret of the terrorist groups success.
He said the enemy was not only attempting to kill the innocent and defenseless people of Afghanistan, but their main target was to create mayhem and chaos and public uproar as their devastating strategy’s results were seen in Libya, Somali, Mali, Yemen, Syria and other regions, the message quoted.
The message focused on The Kabul Process Conference, as calling the main target of the enemy was to disturb the process to ‘grab Afghanistan worldwide great opportunities.’
The president in the message went on as saying that what could foil all the enemy’s satanic plots was ‘our effort to remain alongside each other during the hard days.’
“We have to remain mourning for our casualties and heavy losses, we have to mourn our lost sons, brothers, sisters and relations… this is our common pain, none of the victims and those harmed in the incident, are alien. They are our part of body, member of our household, co-workers, neighbors and compatriots and losing each of them is unpleasant for us,” said the president but reiterated that the Afghans shouldn’t pave the way for the bloodthirsty enemy to use their innocent feelings and trap the country in their vicious tricks.
The president once again said his administration was committed to bring basic reforms in the security sector and other administrations, as he accepted the defections in the system leadership and assured to soon implement the reforming process all over the government institutions. “Those failed in their duties at any level would legally be treated.”
The president as quoted by the message welcomed the people’s criticism to the government as he said the national unity government leadership called it in the interest of the country and the nation.
The president recalled a Persian proverb saying “Cross the stream where is the shallowest” adding why the innocent may have been witnessing further suffering, why they should enter in clash with their security personnel to may cause the single nation’s raw affected by the terrorist activities.
“I, Dr. Abdullah, VP Danesh and other leading delegation of the government of national unity, with the support of you, the vigilant and patient nation, can punish the enemy who shed the blood of the country’s sons and replaced great and pleasant days with insecurity and instability,” said the president.
To conclude with, the president assured to have ordered the related organs to launch investigation into the Friday cases, recognize those ordered for shooting and those fired on the protesters, and bring them to justice.
“Our thoughts and hearts go out to those killed and injured in the incidents.”

Sunday June 4, 2017

Kabul (BNA) Presided over by President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani, exclusive security session was held with participation of high-ranking security officials to review Friday’s incident.
In the session held yesterday at presidential palace, first deep sadness was expressed over incident happened during demonstrations on Friday and overall report in connection with the incident was delivered by security officials. In the session, it was decided that Friday’s incident should be seriously and completely reviewed and those acting against the country’s laws should be punished. The country’s President instructed security officials to adopt further measures for maintaining security of the people and spare no effort in this regard. The session was attended by Vice-President Mohammad Sarwar Danesh, Chief Executive Dr. Abdullah Abdullah, National Security Advisor Mohammad Hanif Atmar, special envoy to president on political affairs Dr. Mohammad Akram Khpelwak, general director of administrative affairs Abdul Salam Rahimi, advisor to President Shah Zaman Maiwandi, state minister on reforms in security sector Amrullah Saleh, head of local organs Abdul Baqi Popal and RS commander Gen. Nicholson.

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