Colombo-based Diplomats Sign Book of Condolence for the Victims of the Sayed Ul-Shuhada Girls’ School Bombing

Colombo: - Tuesday, May 11, 2021 was declared as a National Day of Mourning by HE President Ashraf Ghani owing to the despicable terror attacks on the Sayed Ul-Shuhada Girls’ School and Pui-i-Alam City of Logar Province. A condolence book was opened for signing at the Embassy of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan. 
Commenting on the terrorist attack, Ambassador M. Ashraf Haidari said: "We're grateful to the Sri Lankan Government and the whole diplomatic community in Colombo for their outpouring of solidarity, support, and heartfelt condolences on the recent terrorist massacres of innocent Afghan students, including children and girls, in Kabul and Logar."

He added: "despite COVID19 difficulties these-days, several of my ambassadorial colleagues dropped by our Embassy to sign the book of condolence, while others have called or sent us messages to express their sympathies with the Government and people of Afghanistan, as well as with the bereaved families of the innocent victims.

They've condemned in the strongest terms possible the two crimes against humanity punishable under Islamic and international human rights and humanitarian laws. And they've joined us in calling for the perpetrators to face the full force of justice."
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