Gasani: An official said that a car bomb attack on an Afghan intelligence agency in the eastern province of Ghazni Monday killed at least five people.
Governor Spokesperson Wahidullah Jumazada told AFP: “Terrorists used a mean attitude in the attack. They targeted the National Security Agency of Ghazni City.”
He said five people were killed and 32 others were injured.
He added: “Most victims are intelligence personnel.”
Health officials in Kabul ’s Ministry of the Interior and Ghazni also confirmed the attack.
So far, no organization has claimed an early morning attack.
The explosion occurred after President Ashraf Ghani and his rival Abdullah Abdullah signed a power-sharing agreement in Kabul, which ended several months. suffering.
The agreement was welcomed by Washington and paved the way for peace negotiations with the Taliban.