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Condolences on the Kabul University terrorist attack

Czechia has expressed condolences to Afghanistan in relation to heinous terrorist attack perpetrated on Kabul University premises on 2 November 2020.

Two highest Constitutional Officials, President of the Czech Republic, Miloš Zeman, and President of the Senate of the Parliament of the Czech Republic, Miloš Vystrčil, have sent condolence letters to their Afghan counterparts (see below). Czech Ministry of Foreign Affairs condemned the attack and expressed condolences. On behalf of the Czech Embassy, Stepan Konopasek, chargé d'affaires ad interim,  attended the condolence ceremony on 3 November 2020.


President of the Czech Republic Miloš Zeman’s condolence letter to the President of Afghanistan Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai:

Dear Mr. President,


     With a deep sadness in my heart I received the news about a terrorist attack perpetrated on the premises of Kabul University and cost more than 20 victims‘ lives.

     I strongly condemn this inhumane and unforgivable act by which the attackers deprived Afghans of tens of human lives, mostly among the students and lecturers. Let me reassure you, Your Excellency, about enduring support of the Czech Republic in the struggle against terrorism in all its forms.

     In this difficult moment, on behalf of the Czech People and in my own let me express our deep condolences to You and the families of the victims and I wish a soon recovery to the wounded.



     Miloš Zeman


President of the Senate Miloš Vystrčil’s condolence letter to the Speaker of the Meshrano Jirga Fazal Hadi Muslimyar:

Your Excellency,


     On behalf of the Senate of the Czech Republic and my own behalf, allow me to express our deepest condolences in relation to the mass shooting at the premises of the Kabul Universtity that claimed tens of human lives and severe wounds.

     We wish that we did not have to witness similar acts of terror and cruelty in the future since they always cause immense suffering and long-lasting pain.

     Our thoughts remain with the Afghan people during these difficult times.

     Yours sincerely,


     Miloš Vystrčil