At least eight people were dead and more than 31 injured after barrage of rockets hit Afghan capital Kabul.
In a statement, Foreign Office Spokesperson Zahid Hafeez Chaudhri conveyed Pakistan's heartfelt condolences to the families of those who lost their lives and prayed for early and complete recovery of the injured.
The rockets hit several parts of the capital city, causing huge panic and fear among the public. According to the latest reports, several rockets also landed near the heavily fortified Green Zone where many embassies and international firms are based.
The rockets hit densely populated areas of Afghan capital.
“I condemn this morning’s rocket and IED explosions in Kabul. Afghans should not have to live in terror. My condolences to the victims and those families of those killed and wounded,” he wrote.
He said the US will continue to work with Afghanistan to prevent such attacks.
Foreign Office Spokesperson Zahid Hafeez Chaudhari said they expressed full solidarity and support for Afghanistan and its fraternal people.
The spokesperson said at a time when international community’s efforts towards Afghan peace process are moving forward it is important to be vigilant against the spoilers who are working to undermine peace efforts.