Attacks in Afghanistan and Austria are reminded that terrorism has an impact on all of us, what is the significance of the continuation of the struggle with dżihadystyczną organization Islamic state, wrote on Tuesday in a Twitter-NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg.
I am appalled by the terrorist attacks in Afghanistan, and Austria. It is a reminder that terrorism has an impact on all of us, and about what is the importance of the continuation of the fight against the ISIS. My condolences to all concerned the Secretary General of the Alliance wrote.
In one of the attacks, the evening took place on Monday in Vienna killed four civilians and a striker, was shot by the police. The interior Minister of Austria, Karl Nehammer said that he is a supporter of ISIS. Special forces brought to the prosecution of criminals other attacks.
On Monday ISIS confessed to the attack on the University in Kabul, where died on this day, at least 22 people, especially students, and 22 were injured. Attacked University is the largest University in the highest Afghanistan.
One of the three attackers, which he broke on the same morning on the territory of the University, he blew himself up, the other two students attacked. There was an exchange of fire between the perpetrators and the Afghan security forces, ends a few hours after the killing of the attacker.