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Further Security Measures to be Provided at the Foreign Entities in Kabul

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Nizamuddin Rezahi
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Nizamuddin Rezahi is a journalist and editor for Khaama Press. You may follow him @nizamrezahi on Twitter.

Following the deteriorating security situation in the capital Kabul, the authorities of the caretaker government have decided to strengthen the security measures for foreign entities.

Over the past few weeks, several people died and many were wounded in three different terrorist attacks in Kabul. The latest bombing targeted a Chinese-run hotel in which five Chinese nationals were injured according to the Chinese Ambassador to Kabul, Wang Yu. Following the attack, the Chinese government urged its citizens to leave Afghanistan immediately to avoid similar incidents.

Similarly, over the past few days, a gunman attack targeted the head of the Pakistani Diplomatic Mission in the capital Kabul, injuring one of the Charge D’affaire’s security guards, while another terrorist attack targetted a jihadi leader’s office, killing one and injuring two people.

The recent terrorist attacks received strong condemnations from national and international organizations as well as governments, undermining the interim regime’s ability to provide security to foreign diplomatic missions and business organizations in Afghanistan.

“To prevent similar bombings and attacks, the security should be tightened by special units from professional security forces who are well-trained in this field,” a resident in Kabul said. “Providing security for hundreds of entities while the security forces are still launching search operations to disarm illegal armed men and collect weapons and ammunition is not easy,” he added.  

Meanwhile, the security agencies of the de facto regime have promised that they will use all the available resources to safeguard the security of the diplomatic missions, foreign business entities as well as ordinary people.

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