Turkey has condemned the latest terrorist attacks waged in several regions of Afghanistan.
Releasing a written statement on Wednesday, the Turkish Ministry of Foreign Affairs expressed grief over the attacks perpetrated in Afghanistan's Nimroz and Kunduz provinces, killing 42 people and wounding more than 130.
"We strongly condemn these attacks aiming at failing efforts for peace, stability and prosperity in Afghanistan," the ministry said.
"We convey our condolences to the families of victims and wish a speedy recovery to those injured," the ministry added.
The statement also noted that Turkey would keep standing in solidarity with Afghan people during such a challenging period.
Suicide bombers launched multiple attacks in Afghanistan's southwestern Nimroz and northern Kunduz provinces on Tuesday, killing and wounding dozens, most of whom were civilians.