India has officially condemned the bombings in Afghanistan capital city Kabul on Thursday.
India said that such incidents “reinforce the need for the world to stand unitedly against terrorism”.
Without naming the Taliban, India also urged the world to stand against “all those who provide sanctuaries to terrorists”.
“India strongly condemns the bomb blasts in Kabul today. We extend our heartfelt condolences to the families of the victims of this terrorist attack. Our thoughts and prayers also go out to the injured,” The External Affairs Ministry (EAM) said in a statement.
Over 100 people have been killed and another 140 people sustained injuries in the bombings near the Kabul airport on Thursday.
At least 13 US marine troopers and 90 Afghan civilians have lost their lives in the attack.
Reports suggest that the bombings were carried out by the terrorists affiliated to ISIS.
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson condemned the attack as ‘barbaric’, paying tribute to the “phenomenal effort” of those involved in the evacuation operation.