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11 May

The United Nations Security Council has called the attack on Seyed al-Shohada school in the west of Kabul city "heinous and cowardly" and demanded that the perpetrators of this attack be brought to justice and held accountable.

According to KARPO Media and Publication Group, citing the media, in the statement of the United Nations Security Council, the attack on Seyyed al-Shohda School was condemned in the strongest terms and sympathy was also expressed with the families of the victims, the people and the government of Afghanistan.

In this statement, all countries are asked to actively cooperate with the Afghan government and other relevant institutions in accordance with their obligations under international laws and related resolutions of this council, to bring to justice the perpetrators (perpetrators, organizers, donors and sponsors) of this attack
According to this statement, the members of the United Nations Security Council have emphasized that any terrorist acts, regardless of their motivation, anywhere, anytime and by anyone, are unjustifiable.

According to the members of this council, terrorist acts threaten international peace and security, fighting the phenomenon of terrorism requires the cooperation of all countries.
In the statement of the United Nations Security Council, it is stated that the members of this council expressed concern about the high level of violence and civilian casualties in Afghanistan and emphasized the importance of continuous efforts to end violence and protect civilians.

Also, the UN Security Council has once again emphasized the right to education and its role in achieving peace and security and the "significant" attacks on schools and educational centers in recent months in Afghanistan and the consequences of these attacks on the immunity of students and their abilities. (Students), has expressed deep concern in having the right to education.
Meanwhile, the Independent Human Rights Commission of Afghanistan welcomed this statement of the United Nations Security Council and asked this organization to take practical steps to end the senseless violence and killing of civilians.

The attack on Seyed al-Shohada school was carried out on Saturday of this week (Thor 18) with a car bomb and two landmine explosions. According to official statistics, more than 50 people - mostly female students - were killed and more than 100 others were injured in this attack. In the statement of the United Nations Security Council, the casualties of this attack are 50 dead and more than 150 injured.

Shabnam Niazi

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