Kabul – Following the airstrikes by Pakistan army in Khost and Kunar provinces that have resulted in civilian casualties, the United Nations has raised deep concerns over the incident.
The United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) reported on Sunday that it is deeply concerned about reports of civilian casualties, including women and children as a result of airstrikes by Pakistan army in Khost and Kunar provinces.
The agency has emphasized that civilians should never be targeted.
In addition, the UN Assistance Mission in Afghanistan has declared that the organization will investigate the facts and casualties of the attacks.
After Pakistan’s attacks on Khost and Kunar provinces, Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid tweeted and warned Pakistan to stop provoking Afghanistan people.
On Saturday, April 16, the Pakistan Air Force bombed areas in Khost and Kunar provinces, killing and wounding dozens of innocent residents, including women and children.
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Source: Hasht-e Subh Daily