The United States has once again condemned the terrorist attack on Karachi University that was held last month.
According to details, US State Department spokesman Ned Price said that terrorist attacks are reprehensible wherever they occur, especially attacks on educational and religious places.
He said that bilateral relations with Pakistan were valued and mutual cooperation with the country would continue.
Last month, a female suicide bomber blew herself up at Karachi University, killing three Chinese nationals and a Pakistani man, including the head of the Confucius Center, and injuring three others.
Later, the banned Balochistan Liberation Army (BLA) claimed responsibility for the Karachi University blast and released a video message of suicide bomber Shari Baloch.
In addition, the State Department spokesman said that the Commission on Religious Freedom was not a government body, adding that the commission was not a government body. The office is reviewing these recommendations.