India and America expressed grief over the earthquake in Afghanistan

America has expressed condolences on the earthquake in Afghanistan. The United States is committed to meeting the needs of the Afghan people,” said a statement issued by the White House on Wednesday. US National Security Adviser Jack Sullivan said the US was deeply saddened by the devastating earthquake in Afghanistan that killed at least 1,000 […]
 


India and America expressed grief over the earthquake in Afghanistan

America has expressed condolences on the earthquake in Afghanistan. The United States is committed to meeting the needs of the Afghan people,” said a statement issued by the White House on Wednesday. US National Security Adviser Jack Sullivan said the US was deeply saddened by the devastating earthquake in Afghanistan that killed at least 1,000 people. He said President Joe Biden is monitoring the situation.

According to the statement, the United States is proud to be the largest donor of humanitarian aid to Afghanistan. Our allies are already providing medical care and other tasks in Afghanistan. America is with the people of Afghanistan during this horrific tragedy. Let us tell you, an earthquake occurred early Wednesday near the city of Khost in the southeastern part of Afghanistan. The worst affected areas are Spera district of Khost province and Barmala, Jiruk, Naka and Gaya districts of Paktika province.

 

 

India helped

Let us tell you, India and Pakistan have also expressed grief over the natural disaster in Afghanistan. India has also offered help. Foreign Ministry spokesperson Arindam Bagchi said, “India extends its condolences to the people affected by the earthquake, the victims and their families. We are partners in the suffering of the people of Afghanistan. We are ready to help them in this hour of need. Prime Minister Narendra Modi also condoled on Wednesday and said that India is ready to provide all possible disaster relief material at the earliest.

United Nations also expressed concern

At the same time, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has also condoled the tragic death caused by the devastating earthquake in Afghanistan. On Wednesday, he called on the international community to show solidarity in helping families facing the crisis.