Washington, Jul 8 (UNI) The United States has condemned the attack on the Indian embassy in Kabul and offered all assistance to authorities in Afghanistan and India in terms of follow-up, in determining as to was is responsible for the "terrible tragedy." State Department Spokesman Sean McCormack yesterday called the terrorist attack in Kabul and Pakistan as terrible in which more than 40 innocent people lost their lives.
Congressional Caucus on India and Indian Americans co-chair of the Joe Wilson also condemned the terrorist attack.
'This type of violence is against innocent civilians is yet another sign of the ruthless enemy that threatens peace and stability, not only in Afghanistan but around the world,' Wilson, a Democratic Congressman said yesterday.
He said, "my deepest sympathies go out to the families of the Afghani and Indian citizens who lost their lives. The United States and its allies in Afghanistan, India, and around the world must stand together to defeat terrorists at home and abroad." UNI XC NC PK RK1400