Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman Bin Abdulaziz sent a cable of condolences to Afghanistan’s President Mohammed Ashraf Ghani on the victims of a blast in the Afghan capital.
In his cable, the King said that "we have received with utmost sorrow and grief the news of a blast that taken place, in Kabul, resulting in deaths and injuries, while we denounce and disapprove such a sinful criminal act, we express to you, the families of the dead and the people of Afghanistan, in the name of the people, the government of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and in my own name, utmost condolences and sincere consolation, praying to the Almighty Allah to bestow plenty of mercy upon them, to provide the injured with speedy recovery and to save your country and its fraternal people of all mischief and harm and reasserting the Kingdom stand alongside the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan against all machinations that may target its security and stability."
Aslo Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, Vice President of the Council of Ministers and Minister of Defense sent a condolences' cable to the Afghani President.
"I have been informed, with utmost sorrow and grief", the Crown Prince said, adding that the "news of the blast that has taken place, in Kabul, resulted in victims and injured, and as I denounce such a wrong terrorist-wise act that targeted lives of innocents. I sent to Your Excellency, the fraternal people of Islamic Republic of Afghanistan and the families of the dead, utmost condolences and consolation, praying to the Almighty to bestow mercy on the dead and provide the injured with speedy recovery, He is the All Hearing and the Oft-Responding."