Russian Embassy’s Car Hit IED in Kabul, Employees Receive Concussion
A vehicle of the Russian embassy in Kabul was hit by an Improvised Explosive Device (IED) in the capital, Kabul on Tuesday and its employees received a slight concussion.
“Employees of the Russian diplomatic mission in Afghanistan have suffered minor injuries after their vehicle hit an improvised explosive device in the capital Kabul,” the Foreign Ministry of Russia said.
Moscow has demanded a thorough investigation of the incident, Russian Foreign Ministry spokesperson, Maria Zakharova said in a briefing in Moscow.
She noted that the ministry believes the IED was intended for a vehicle carrying Afghan security forces in Kabul.
“The Russian embassy in Kabul is implementing additional measures aimed at increasing the security of personnel and facilities of the diplomatic mission,” Zakharova added.
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