The economic situation in Afghanistan has suffered after the Taliban takeover in August, which poses a huge economic burden on local residents with higher unemployment and rising poverty.
The rulers of Afghanistan are expected to fulfill their responsibility to ensure the nation's security, Raisi was quoted as saying.
Kandahar attack came a week after a similar suicide attack at a Shia mosque in northern Kunduz province that killed more than 100 people.
The Islamic State (IS) terror group had claimed responsibility for the Kunduz mosque bombing on October 8.
Teachers, students and activists across Afghanistan told Amnesty International that primary school attendance rates have dropped significantly in many areas, particularly for girls.
In a statement, the Administration said that the two airlines will be fined and punished if they violate the rules, Khaama Press reported.
The US and India have a strong strategic partnership founded on shared values and a commitment to a free and open Indo-Pacific region.
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