Xi'an/New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday spoke to Afghan President Ashraf Ghani following an attack on a Kabul guesthouse in which four Indians among 14 people were killed.
"Spoke to President @ashrafghani & offered condolences on loss of lives due to the Kabul attack. We are one when it comes to fighting terror," the prime minister, who is visiting China, tweeted.
"President @ashrafghani expressed sadness on the unfortunate demise of Indian citizens in the attack in Kabul," the prime minister said.
The Taliban has claimed responsibility for the attack on the Park Palace guesthouse in Kabul's Kolola Pushta that left 14 people dead, including four Indians and an American, on Wednesday night.
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