The United Nations and the United States condemned Wednesday's terrorist attack on a Gurdwara in Afghanistan that killed 27 people.
"The Secretary General condemns today's attack in Kabul on a Sikh Hindu temple that has killed and injured dozens of civilians. He expresses his deepest condolences to the families of the victims and wishes the injured a speedy recovery," said Stephane Dujarric, said the spokesman for the Secretary General in a statement.
"The United Nations is in solidarity with the people and government of Afghanistan and will continue to support efforts to bring peace to their country," he added.
Earlier, US Secretary of State Micheal Pompeo also condemned the attack on Wednesday, in which more than two dozen people were killed and eight others injured.
"I would like to address the ISIS-K attack in Afghanistan. The United States condemns the horrific ISIS-K attack on a Sikh temple and community center in Kabul that killed more than two dozen innocent people this morning The Afghan people deserve a future free from ISIS-K and other terrorist activities, "said Pompeo in a statement.
Before Pompeo, India also expressed condolences to the Sikh community in Afghanistan.
"We express our sincere condolences to the immediate family members of the deceased and wish the wounded a speedy recovery. India is ready to provide the affected families of the Afghan Hindu and Sikh communities with all possible help," the Foreign Ministry said.
"Such cowardly attacks on the places of religious worship of the minority community, especially during this period of the COVID 19 pandemic, reflect the diabolical thinking of the perpetrators and their supporters," the ministry said.