Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Qassemi strongly denounced the recent terrorist blasts in Lebanon, which killed and wounded several civilians.
At least six civilians were killed and 19 others injured when four terrorists detonated their explosives in a crowded area in al-Qaa village, a few kilometers from Lebanon’s border with Syria.
In a statement on Tuesday, June 28, Qassemi condemned the attacks and expressed sympathy with the bereaved families of the victims and followers of the victims’ religions.
He also reaffirmed the Islamic Republic of Iran’s support for the nation, government, army, and Resistance movements of Lebanon in their fight against terrorism.
“The Islamic Republic of Iran once again underlines the necessity for vigilance and solidarity among regional governments and nations from different tribes and religions in the fight against terrorism,” Qassemi noted.
“[Iran] believes that the global community should be more serious in the fight against terrorism, its root causes, factors, elements, and supporters,” he went on to say.