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President Karzai Makes a Phone Call to Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh
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Arg, Kabul - H.E. Hamid Karzai, President of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, made a phone call to his H.E. Dr. Manmohan Singh, Prime Minister of the Republic of India and expressed his and the Afghan people’s deepest sympathies and condolences for the massive loss of lives due to Tuesday’s terrorist attacks in Mumbai, India.

The President said that the Afghan people felt the pain of the Indian people because the Afghan people have also suffered tremendously at the hands of the terrorists. The President said that he wanted to convey the feelings of the Afghan people to the people of India and to express support at this difficult moment.

“India is too great, too cultured and too ancient a nation to suffer a terrible violence such as Tuesday’s attacks. These attacks show that terrorism is our enemy and that we all need to join hands stronger than before to defeat terrorism.”

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh thanked the President for the phone call and expressed his gratitude for the Afghan people’s friendship and support. He concurred the President that fighting our common enemy “terrorism” requires that we join hands and fight this menace decisively.

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Office of the Spokesman to the President

Tel.: 00 93 799 33 77 55

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