Prime Minister Imran Khan on Thursday strongly condemned the terrorist attack in Afghanistan that resulted in numerous casualties.
“People and the security forces of Afghanistan have been paying a heavy price due to continued instability and threats from the enemies of peace,” Imran Khan said in a statement.
“Pakistan stands by the government and the people of Afghanistan in their quest for lasting peace and stability. Peace in Afghanistan is critical to the regional peace and development,” he added.
Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa also condemned the Kandahar incident and said Pakistan supports all initiatives for peace in Afghanistan and the region.
According to ISPR, General Bajwa “expressed wishes to see Afghan and other security forces succeeding to bring an end to this prolonged violence in Afghanistan”.