The United States has expressed its “heartfelt condolences” to the victims of Wednesday’s devastating earthquake in Afghanistan.
The US Embassy in Kabul tweeted: “We are saddened by the news of an earthquake in eastern Afghanistan. Has posted Wednesday.
Following the complete withdrawal of US troops and the collapse of the Afghan government, the United States has no presence in Afghanistan and its embassy currently operates out of Qatar. It has no official ties with the Taliban government.
CNN has asked the U.S. State Department whether it wants to provide assistance in response to a natural disaster that has killed more than 900 people.
Pakistani Prime Minister Shebaz Sharif expressed his condolences and support in a tweet on Wednesday.
“I am deeply saddened to learn that there was an earthquake in Afghanistan that resulted in the loss of innocent lives,” he wrote. “People in Pakistan share the grief and sorrow of their Afghan brothers. Relevant authorities are working to support Afghanistan at this time of need.
A spokesman for the Indian Ministry of External Affairs said in a tweet on Wednesday, “India extends its condolences and condolences to the victims and their families.
The Iranian embassy in Kabul said Sends two planes with first aid supplies To Afghanistan.
Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wenpin said he was “saddened” by the death toll from the quake, according to a tweet from the Chinese ambassador to Afghanistan. “Afg is China’s friendly neighbor, and China is ready to provide emergency humanitarian assistance in response to Afg’s needs,” the embassy said. Has tweeted that.
Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Turkey Said The Turkish Red Cross says “a humanitarian organization operating in Afghanistan has sent humanitarian aid to the victims of the earthquake in the region.”
Pope Francis said he was praying “for those who lost their lives and their families.”
“I hope aid will be sent there to help all the suffering of the beloved people of Afghanistan,” Pope said.
Former Afghan President Ashraf Ghani Called International charities and organizations to help families affected by the earthquake.
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