Médecins Sans Frontières condemns attack on Military Hospital in central Kabul
By Mohammad Ibrahim
Mar 9, Paris: Medecins Sans Fronstieres condemns attacked on Sardar Mohammad Daud Khan Hospital in Kabul Afganistan on Wednesday.
According to the agency, any attack against medical facilities, staff and patients is unacceptable and constitutes a grave breach of International Humanitarian Law.
MSF's Operations Coordinator for AfghanistanMédecins Sans Frontières/Doctors without Borders, Renzo Frick disclosed in a statement made available to Oslo Times.
"Médecins Sans Frontières condemns in the strongest terms the attack against Sardar Mohammad Daud Khan Hospital in Kabul on Wednesday.
" Any attack against medical facilities, staff and patients is unacceptable and constitutes a grave breach of International Humanitarian Law.
" Hospitals must be safe places for doctors to provide care to wounded and sick people. Everyone has the right to be treated safely, whether they are women, men, children or wounded combatants.
"All parties to the conflict in Afghanistan must uphold their responsibilities and ensure that patients, staff and hospitals are safe from attack."
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