Three Gulf nations, all local allies of the United States, condemned a lethal attack let loose near Afghanistan’s Kabul airport and declared by the terrorist Islamic State company.
The attack at evictions of the airport on Thursday left 13 United States service members and lots of Afghans dead.
Saudi Arabia, the birth place of Islam, stated it highly condemned the “terrorist attack” and wished for stability in Afghanistan “as soon as possible.”
The United Arab Emirates and Qatar knocked the attack too.
“The UAE utterly condemns these criminal acts and rejects all forms of violence and terrorism aimed at destabilizing security in contravention of all religious and human values and principles,” the UAE Foreign Ministry stated, according to the nation’s state news company WAM.
Qatar voiced “vehement denunciation” of the attack and stated it turns down “violence and terrorism regardless of motives,” the nation’s main news company QNA reported.
On Thursday, Qatar stated it had actually helped with the evacuation of more than 40,000 individuals from Afghanistan to the Gulf emirate as part of stuffed worldwide evacuations from the nation after the Taliban’s takeover there.