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China targets US in Afghan bomb terror, “Feel responsible”

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After the US troops withdrew from the 1st, after a major bombing in Afghanistan, the Chinese government pointed out that the Chinese government should feel responsible for targeting the United States.

According to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of China on the 10th, a spokesman for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Hwa Chun-ying expressed this position by strongly condemning the violent act on the 8th (local time) after a car bombing killed more than 100 people in the vicinity of a school in the western part of the Afghan capital of Kabul.

“China strongly opposes all violence and extremism,” said Hwa Chun-ying, a spokesman, and said, “We will send unwavering support for the Afghan government’s efforts for national security and stability, and will work together with the international community to establish peace.”

A spokesman for Hwa said, “With the recent declaration of the US withdrawal from Afghanistan, the safety situation is becoming more and more serious, such as bombings in various places in Afghanistan, and it is a serious threat to the peace and lives of the people in Afghanistan.”

He stressed, “China is appealing that foreign countries with troops stationed in Afghanistan must withdraw in a responsible manner taking into account the safety of Afghanistan so that the Afghan people will no longer suffer anxiety and suffering.”

Meanwhile, U.S. Secretary of State Tony Blincoln has stimulated China, saying that the recent decision to withdraw US troops from Afghanistan is in line with the goal of the Joe Biden administration to focus resources on challenges such as China and the novel coronavirus infection (Corona 19). .

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