Iran critical of terrorist bombing in Quetta, Pakistan
TEHRAN, August 09 (DNA): Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Bahram Qassemi on Tuesday strongly denounced terrorist bombing in a hospital in Quetta, Pakistan, which left a group of people dead and injured.Qassemi expressed condolence to the Pakistani government and nation and sympathized with the families who lost their loved ones in the terrorist bombing.He said that it is necessary that all the aware conscience of the international community to take preventive measures to stop such barbaric moves.
Qassemi said that the Islamic Republic of Iran believes that the ominous phenomenon of terrorism would be destroyed by collective action of the international community without double standards.
Earlier, Secretary of Supreme National Security Council Ali Shamkhani has offered condolence to his Pakistani counterpart Lieutenant General Nasir Khan Janjua on terrorist bombing in Quetta, Pakistan.
Shamkhani deplored the crimes against humanity perpetrated by the terrorists and extended condolences to Pakistan government and the families who lost their loved ones in the terrorist attack.
Shamkhani underlined necessity of collective action and international understanding to crack down on terrorists and uproot the ominous phenomenon of terrorism.
He added that suicide bombing and shooting inside a hospital indicated once again that the extremists and terrorists are aiming the entire humanity and their practices are blatant example of the crimes against humanity.
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