Shamkhani said the US and its allies should give up theatrical behavior toward ISIL, blaming their support for so-called moderate groups for the rise in violence and terrorism.
He said the savage bombing of civilians and destroying their homes was the most heinous crime of the kind which had many catastrophic consequences, with many bodies and souls still suffering.
Zarif called on the world to carry out its “legal and moral responsibility” toward the victims and their families and facilitate the punishment of the perpetrators of such inhumane acts.
Boroujerdi condemned recent terrorist attacks in Kuwait, Tunisia and France and said such incidents show that terrorism poses a grave threat to global peace and security.
Such actions in a place of worship during the holy month of Ramadan are designed to defame Islam and to create division among Muslims, President Rouhani noted.
A day will come when the terrorist and Takfiri groups turn against their own supporters, Velayati said.
Among the agreements, there are plans for joint production of commodity goods, including detergents and other hygiene materials in Venezuela.
Iran's membership of the bank is in line with measures to realize the principles of the resistance-based economy, Minister of Economy and Financial Affairs Ali Tayyebnia said.
Iran's Foreign Ministry spokeswoman has condemned Friday’s deadly attacks in Kuwait, Tunisia, and France, calling for collective and urgent measures to eradicate terrorism and counter extremists.
Head of the Strategic Research Center of the Expediency Council Ali Akbar Velayati said relations between Iran, Iraq and Syria, with a long history of civilization, are exemplary.