ISIS Take Responsibility Attack On Pakistan Embassy In Kabul Afghanistan Ubaid-ur-Rehman Nizami Safe

ISIS Attack On Pak Embassy: The Islamic State (ISIS) has claimed responsibility for last week’s attack on the Pakistani embassy in Afghanistan. Pakistan’s mission chief was saved in this attack, but one of his security personnel was injured.

The Islamic State, in a brief statement issued late on Saturday (December 3), claimed that two of its fighters attacked the Pakistani ambassador and his security personnel while they were inside the compound of the Pakistani embassy, ​​injuring a security guard and destroying the building. harmed. He did not give any more information than this.

The attack took place on 2 December

Pakistani security personnel Israr Mohammad was injured in the attack on Friday (December 2) in Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan. He belongs to the commando unit of the army. But the head of the mission Ubaid-ur-Rehman Nizami was saved safely.

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The attack took place at a time when Islamabad was claiming that anti-Pakistan forces hiding in Afghanistan were carrying out the attacks. Tension has arisen in both the countries regarding this claim. The Foreign Ministry in Islamabad said it was trying to verify the Islamic State’s claim.

Attack on Pakistani embassy condemned

Pakistani Foreign Ministry claimed that the target of the attack was to kill our ambassador in Afghanistan. Still, he was not harmed. Although one of his bodyguards was seriously injured. Officials in Afghanistan also condemned the attack on the Pakistani embassy and vowed to prevent similar attacks against diplomatic missions and compounds. Pakistani Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari spoke on the phone with Maulvi Amir Khan Muttaki, Acting Foreign Minister of Afghanistan regarding the attack.

Special attention will be paid to security

Afghanistan’s acting foreign minister Maulvi Amir Khan Muttaki promised that special attention would be paid to the security of the Pakistani embassy, ​​and that he would do everything possible to catch and punish the culprits of the incident. Zardari has reportedly said that such acts cannot break ties between the two fraternal nations and that Islamabad has no plans to close the embassy or expel diplomats.

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