Iran has strongly condemned the terrorist blast in the central city of Quetta of Balochistan province of Pakistan.
According to the report received, Iran’s Foreign Ministry spokesman Bahram Qassemi has condemned the terrorist attack on a major market in the central city of Quetta in Balochistan province of Pakistan. In this terrorist attack dozens of people have been injured and injured. The Islamic Republic of Iran expressing sympathy to the victims of the Pakistan government, people and especially the victims of the attack, expressing grief over the terror attack.
Foreign Ministry spokesman Bahram Qassemi issued a statement on Friday and said that security and stability of neighboring countries, especially Pakistan, the Islamic Republic is very important for Iran. He said that we hope that the Pakistani government and the public will make the conspiracies of the enemy spreading unrest in the region with unity and vigilance. Bahram Qassemi said that the terrorists are trying to keep the world disturbed by such attacks.
Meanwhile, according to the news from Pakistan, the number of casualties has increased to 21 in the Quetta main market on Friday, while the number of casualties is reported to be 50. The condition of many injured remains still critical.
It is notable that the Shia Hazara community lives in Quetta, capital of Baluchistan province of Pakistan, and the Tafri militants come on the day the Shia Muslims are being targeted by their terrorist attacks. Apart from this, there are attacks on buses of pilgrims visiting Iran-Iraqi Ziarat in the days of Pakistan’s Balochistan province. Various extremist terrorist groups are active in Balochistan province of Pakistan, which can be named for terrorist groups such as Jamaatul Ahar, Sepoy Sahabah and Lashker Jhangvi.