In a statement, Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Qassemi expressed his condolences with the bereaved families of the victims of the “horrible crime”.
“Undoubtedly, the blasts are aimed at disrupting the process of the peace talks and any possible deal,” Qassemi said, asking all sides in Syria to be vigilant about the plot in this sensitive era.
He said in addition to the military measures, firm comprehensive international campaign in political and cultural levels needed to uproot terrorism and extremism in the region and in the world.
Suicide attacks targeting two security centers in Homs killed at least 42 people and wounded 24 others.
Six suicide bombers carried out the attacks. Three of the attackers sneaked into the city’s Ghouta neighborhood and the other three into its Mahatta neighborhood.
The head of Homs’ military intelligence, Gen. Hassan Daaboul, was killed in one of the attacks.