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The United States expresses its deep sorrow for the victims of today’s devastating earthquake in Afghanistan and expresses its condolences and prayers to those who lost loved ones in the tragedy. The people of Afghanistan have experienced extraordinary hardships, and this natural disaster is exacerbating the already severe humanitarian situation. U.S. humanitarian partners are already responding, including sending medical teams to help affected people, and we are assessing other options for response.

We stand with the people of Afghanistan and we will continue to lead the international community in responding to their humanitarian needs.

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