KABUL (BNA) UNICEF, the United Nations Children’s Fund, has called the attack on a tuition center a grave violation of human rights.
Tuesday’s explosions in the 18th police district of Kabul, in which a number of students lost their lives. the statement reacted.
Attacks on children and educational institutions are a serious violation of human rights, while schools are more than places of learning, there should be shelters for protection and peace. UNICEF grieved Tuesday’s bombings at two training centers in Kabul.
UNICEF Executive Director Catherine Russell issued a statement regretting and emphasizing; Making schools a safe place for students.
“I am horrified by the brutal attacks targeting school children today in western Kabul, Afghanistan. The coordinated blasts occurred at the Mumtaz Tuition Center and Abdul Raheem Shaheed High School,” said UNICEF Executive Director in a statement.
“On behalf of UNICEF, I send my deepest condolences to the parents and families who lost their beloved children, and I hope that all those who were wounded recover quickly and completely.” He added
The UNICEF statement also said that UNICEF condemned the attack and, in the strongest terms, called on all parties to protect children at all times.
The perpetrators of the brutal acts will be found and brought to justice said the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan security officials.
Bakhtar News Agency
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