China News Service, July 2nd. According to the website of the Chinese Embassy in Afghanistan, the spokesperson of the Embassy in Afghanistan stated that the incident occurred near the Ghazni Stadium in the 16th Police District of Kabul at around 8:50 am on July 1, local time. There were also explosions in many places in the city and there were small-scale exchanges of fire. As of 12:00 noon on the 1st, the attack has caused at least 34 deaths and 68 injuries. Confirmed by multiple parties, no Chinese citizens have been injured or killed in the incident.
On the morning of July 1, local time, a strong explosion occurred in Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan, and smoke billowed near the US Embassy. A car bomb attack occurred in the center of the Afghan capital Kabul that morning, killing at least 34 people.
The Chinese Embassy in Afghanistan would like to remind once again: Please be cautious for Chinese citizens to come to Afghanistan. Chinese citizens in Afghanistan must bear in mind safety first, pay close attention to the local security situation, strengthen safety precautions and emergency preparedness; avoid going out in the early morning and night or alone, and avoid crowds In dense areas, avoid approaching sensitive facilities, avoid openly discussing sensitive topics, and avoid revealing important personal information such as addresses to strangers; abide by local laws and respect local customs and habits, and do not speak to embassies, consulates, military and political institutions, military and police personnel, and demonstrations And the vehicle to take pictures. In the event of an attack, do not panic and run around. You should keep calm and communicate smoothly, avoid entering a relatively safe place in time, promptly call the police and contact the Chinese Embassy in Afghanistan, and quickly evacuate from the place of the incident after safety is confirmed.
● Afghanistan Police Call: 119
●Kabul Fire Alarm Tel: 101
●Consular Security Assistance Telephone Number of the Chinese Embassy in Afghanistan: +93-791513339
●Global Consular Protection and Service Emergency Call Center of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Tel: +86-10-12308/+86-10-59913991
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