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Taliban provisional government condemns Pakistan’s attacks on Afghanistan

The Taliban interim government strongly condemns the attack carried out by Pakistani forces yesterday in Khost and Kunar province in Afghanistan.

This was announced by the press secretary of the interim government, Zabiulla Mujahid, calling the attacks “ruthless.”

He noted that Pakistan should not test Afghanistan’s patience and warned of the consequences of such mistakes.

Former Afghan President Hamid Karzai wrote on social media that Pakistan’s attack is contrary to the principles of international law and is a violation of Afghanistan’s international sovereignty.

Karzai called the attack a crime against humanity.

At the same time, the UN Assistance Mission in Afghanistan expressed deep concern over the casualties as a result of shelling and airstrikes by Pakistani units on Khost and Kunar.

The organization assured that the incident would be investigated.

Attacks on Khost and Kunar

Mustafgher Gurbuz, spokesman for the Khost Police Department under the interim Taliban government, told reporters the day before that the Pakistan Air Force had attacked four villages in the Spire district of Khost.

And a spokesman for the administration of the governor of Kunar, Kari Najibullah Hanif, said that Pakistani border guards fired mortars at the village of Gerney in the Shaltan district of Kunar, killing at least 15 civilians.

The Pakistani ambassador to Kabul was summoned to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the interim Taliban government.

. only a part of the news in a short form, . . (HAS) of AA.

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