The Iranian Foreign Ministry has denounced a huge terrorist attack in Pakistan’s Balochistan province, which killed tens of innocent people, including women and children.
Alireza Alavi, a Pakistani journalist, recently travelled to Iran for a few days. He published an article in Nawaiwaqt newspaper after he returned and shared his experience through “the words from his heart.”
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani called for closer cooperation between Tehran and Islamabad in all areas and stressed the need to quickly implement the agreements previously signed between the two neighboring countries.
Secretary of Iran’s Supreme National Security Council (SNSC) called for urgent, joint measures with Pakistan in the fight against terrorism, stressing that Tehran will not let outsiders disturb its relations with Islamabad by hiring terrorists to foment insecurity along borders.
In the recent clashes between Iranian border guards and armed bandits in Sistan and Balouchestan Province, southeast of Iran, the terrorists managed to flee into Pakistan. Now the Iranian Police spokesman blames Islamabad for the martyrdom of four Iranian guards in the clashes.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani on Monday denounced the terrorist attack in the Pakistani city of Lahore a day earlier that killed over 70 people.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, who is on an official visit to Pakistan, voiced deep concern over the spread of terrorism and extremism in the Middle East and said Muslim nations should boost unity in the fight against terrorist groups in the region.