Kabul (IP) – A number of seriously injured people from the terrorist attack on the Kaj educational center in Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan, were taken to Iran for treatment.

Iran PressAsia: A terrorist attack at a tuition centre in the Afghan capital Kabul killed at least 35 people, most of them female students last Friday.

As many as 27 others were wounded in the blast early on Friday, which occurred in the Dasht-e-Barchi neighbourhood of western Kabul, a predominantly Shia Muslim area home to the minority Hazara community, according to police spokesman Khalid Zadran.

The death toll from the terrorist attack on the Kaj educational center continues to increase, and the latest figures have been announced at 53 killed and 100 injured.

The Islamic Republic of Iran has always stood by the people of Afghanistan in difficult times, and a number of seriously injured people from this terrorist attack have been transported to Iran by an airplane for treatment.

Iran has Also dispatched a consignment of relief, medical and pharmaceutical aid to the Afghan capital to treat the injured.

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Hassan Kazemi-Qomi, the representative of Iran's embassy in Afghanistan, told Iran Press reporter that based on the Leader of the Islamic Revolution's emphasis on supporting the people of Afghanistan, Iran has sent the medical and treatment shipment needed by the Ministry of Health of Afghanistan to Kabul to help treat the wounded Afghans.

The special representative of the President of Iran for Afghanistan affairs, has emphasized that Iran is with the people of Afghanistan in any situation and would continue to help the Afghan people.


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