The diplomatic quarter in the center of Kabul was attacked on Monday by a missile attack. This was reported by the Xinhua News Agency.
According to eyewitnesses, two rockets exploded in the Shah-Darak quarter.
According to Tolo News , one of the rockets exploded in the “green zone” – a carefully guarded area of the Afghan capital near the Canadian Embassy on Vazir Akbar-Khan Street.
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Tolo News with reference to the official representative of the Afghan Foreign Ministry Nusrat Rahimi said that as a result of the shelling no one was hurt.
As the television station reports, the attack was committed a few hours after Kabul left the delegation of the UN Security Council that was on a two-day trip to the country.
For the time of her visit, notes Tolo News, the main roads were closed in the Afghan capital, including those to government institutions, including the presidential palace.