Ghani warns Taliban of ‘revenge’ for recent bloody attacks in Kabul

Afghan President Ashraf Ghani has vowed to take “revenge” against those responsible for the recent deadly attacks in Kabul that have killed more than hundreds of people.

“Those who do not belong to this country and declare war must realize that we will take the revenge for every drop of bloods,” Ghani said.

President Ghani in a joint press conference with his Indonesian counterpart Joko “Jokowi” Widodo noted that Taliban rebels are committing violent acts to get rid of isolations.

Ghani thanked the Indonesian leader for his visit and the condolences that Widodo expressed for the victims of the attack in Kabul earlier in the day when Islamic State militants attacked Afghan soldiers guarding a military academy, killing at least 11 troops and wounding 16.

He also called on the International Community to use every options against those countries that supports terrorism.

In the meantime, the Indonesian President Widodo expressed condolences to Afghan people and stated to build an Islamic center in Afghanistan to facilitate the peace process.

Widodo arrived in Afghanistan after visiting Pakistan. He is the first Indonesian president to visit Afghanistan since 1961.

Recently, a delegation of the Afghan High Peace Council, which is tasked with promoting peace efforts with the Taliban and other insurgent groups, traveled to Indonesia where authorities reaffirmed their support to the Afghan peace process.

Source Ariana News

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