UT Vice President for International Affairs attends the Embassy of Afghanistan to express Sympathy with Kabul University

07 November 2020 | 11:47 Code : 13356 News
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On 4 November, 2020, Prof. Mohammad Hossein Sarrafzadeh, Vice President for International Affairs, UT accompanied by Abdolmajid Eskandari, Director General for Office of International Relations attended the Afghanistan embassy and submitted the letter of condolence of Prof. Nili Ahmadabadi, the UT President addressed to the rector of Kabul University to Dr. Lival the Ambassador of Afghanistan.

In this visit, Prof. Sarrafzadeh also signed the memorial book on the occasion of recent terrorist attack against the innocent students and staff of Kabul university. In his talk with the Ambassador of Afghanistan, he also condemned the horrible incident which occurred in Kabul University leading to killing and injuries of academicians. He also expressed his sympathy with the families of the victims and great nation of Afghanistan

The text of UT President letter of condolence reads as follows:

H.E. Prof. Dr. Mohammad Osman Babury

Chancellor of Kabul University, Afghanistan

We have been informed about the sad news of the act of terror against the Kabul University and following that the martyrdom and injuries of a group of esteemed professors and students. This tragic incident has made all of us and especially the academic community very sad.

It is very sad that in the current world and century with all human scientific advances, we painfully witness the fall of ethical and human positions, so that the University as the heart of thought and awareness is attacked by decayed and rotten thoughts.

Condemning this terrorist attack and expressing condolences for this incident, on behalf of the University of Tehran, I would like to express condolence to Your Excellency, the noble nation of Afghanistan, the academic community especially the beloved professors and students and also the families of the victims for this tragic event and I hope they will be granted divine graces.

While it is very difficult to compensate this tragedy, we hope to see the growth and flourishing state of science and knowledge in the academic community in Afghanistan.

Mahmoud Nili Ahmadabadi(Prof.)

President of the University of Tehran

November 3, 2020

 


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