Syria strongly condemned the two terrorist attacks which took place in Iran earlier today, stressing that such terrorist attacks that are backed by well-known countries will not discourage Syria and Iran from continuing to fight terrorism.
The condemnation was expressed by the Foreign and Expatriates Ministry, referring to the two terrorist attacks which targeted the headquarters of the Iranian Shura Council and the shrine of late Imam Khomeini, in the capital Tehran, which resulted in the death of a number of innocent citizens, while others were injured.
In a statement, the Ministry voiced Syria's full solidarity with the leadership, government and people of Iran and its condolences to the families of the victims.
Syria stresses that such "terrorist attacks backed by well-known countries and circles will not discourage Syria and Iran from continuing their fight against terrorism that is supported by countries and parties known in the region and beyond," the Ministry said.
It concluded its statement by saying that Syria warns the countries standing behind such acts of the repercussions of continuing to fund and arm the terrorist organizations and spread extremism and Takfiri thought, which would reflect on the security and stability of the countries of the region and the world.
Source: National News Agency