New Delhi: India on Monday strongly condemned the terror attack at its embassy in Kabul and asserted that such "cowardly" acts would not deter it from fulfilling commitments to the government and people of Afghanistan.
External Affairs Ministry said casualties were feared among the Indian personnel and details are being ascertained.
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"We are in touch with the Ambassador who is supervising arrangements for medical assistance," External Affairs Ministry spokesman Navtej Sarna said in a statement.
"The Government of India strongly condemns this cowardly terrorist attack on its diplomatic mission in Afghanistan," he said.
"Such acts of terror will not deter us from fulfilling our commitments to the Government and people of Afghanistan," the spokesman said.
About 3,000 Indians are working on various reconstruction and developmental projects in Afghanistan and they have often been subjected to attacks by Taliban.