Afghan President Ashraf Ghani has condemned Monday's bombing on a metro train in Russia that killed at least 11 people and injured 45.
In a statement, Ghani, during visit to Australia, said that the Afghan people feel the pain of such attacks more than others as they are victim of terror attacks since years ago.
Calling terrorism and extremism a serious threat to region, world and humanity, Ghani emphasized that the terrorists respect no religion.
He reiterated on joint cooperation against the menace “with no distinction between good or bad terrorists.”
The president offered condolences over the loss of lives caused by the blast.
There was no immediate claim of responsibility for the bombing in St. Petersburg, Russia's second-largest city, suspected to have been triggered by a suicide attacker. However, Russia’s military intervention in Syria has now made it a potential target for Islamic State attacks.