Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar strongly condemned the attacks in Kabul. -File Photo

LAHORE: Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar condemned terrorist attacks in Kabul and other parts of Afghanistan on Sunday.

APP quoted her as saying Pakistan strongly condemns terrorism in all forms and has consistently encouraged dialogue to resolve issues in Afghanistan.

Pakistan stands in solidarity with Afghan brothers and sisters suffering continuous violence and instability in the country, she said.

Speaking to the audience of a polo match in Lahore, she said Pakistan and India should learn lesson from the tragedy at the Siachen glacier.

She said Pakistan and India would have to review their positions regarding deployment of forces after the Gyari incident in which over 130 Pakistani soldiers were buried by an avalanche.

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