DUBAI, May 31 (Xinhua) -- The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) in Abu Dhabi condemned the "terrorist explosion" on Wednesday in Kabul, reported the UAE's state news agency WAM.
Kabul is the diplomatic district of the Afghan capital.
The UAE's ministry released a statement today saying the explosion caused slight structural damage to the UAE's embassy building in Kabul, however it confirmed the safety of diplomatic and embassy staff.
On the other hand, at least 64 people died and 320 others were injured in Wednesday's suicide car bomb explosion in a diplomatic district in Kabul, declared the Interior Ministry's statement.
Among other office buildings located in the area are an intelligence agency office, a local TV channel, a mobile phone company as well as German, Indian and British embassies.
The German Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Berlin tweeted that several embassy staff were injured in the explosion.
The UAE ministry expressed its "full solidarity" with the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan and its support of the Afghan government "in the face of terrorism which is targeting the lives of innocent people."
It also stressed the UAE's stance which rejects terrorism in all its forms and manifestations.
The ministry is following up on the terrorist attack's repercussions with UAE authorities in Kabul and the Afghan Foreign Ministry.