Afghan President Ashraf Ghani and United States' President Barack Obama spoke on the phone on Wednesday night and discussed the MSF Kunduz hospital bombing and the current security situation in Afghanistan.
According to a statement issued by the Presidential Palace the two leaders also discussed the issue of continued cooperation with Afghanistan.
Obama expressed his deep condolences over the deaths of MSF staff, doctors and civilians in the Kunduz attack, the statement read.
The U.S president said the MSF hospital bombing was not intentional and he ordered a full investigation into the attack.
Meanwhile Ghani spoke to him about the security situation – especially in the north – and on Kunduz and the achievements of the security forces.
Obama stated that Afghanistan people had dealt with a difficult week and assured Ghani the U.S government and the U.S people will stand by the Afghan people.
In addition, Obama said his country will take decisions regarding defense, support and more assistance to the Afghan people in the coming weeks.
Obama also called the head of the MSF on Wednesday and expressed his condolences. He apologized for the attack.