Turkey strongly condemns today’s Kabul terrorist attacks


The Turkish Foreign Ministry “strongly” condemned the terrorist attacks that took place Thursday in the vicinity of “Hamid Karzai International Airport” in the Afghan capital, Kabul.

The Foreign Ministry said in a statement that it had received “with great regret a large number of deaths and injuries as a result of the terrorist attacks in Kabul.”


“We condemn in the strongest terms this heinous attack, we offer our condolences to the relatives of the victims, and we wish a speedy recovery to the wounded,” she added.

Earlier Thursday, two explosions occurred in an area near the “Hamid Karzai International Airport” in the Afghan capital, amid conflicting casualties.

The American newspaper “The Wall Street Journal” said that the death toll was 60 dead and 120 injured, while no final official figures were issued until the time of publishing the news.