Iran showed its readiness to help Pakistan against terrorism
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Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Qassemi on Tuesday expressed condolences to Pakistan government on the loss of 60 lives in an attack at the police training school in Quetta, Pakistan on Monday night.
Bahram Qassemi also conveyed his sympathies for the families of the martyrs. He urged the world community to unite together and defeat the phenomena of terrorism.
In his statement, Iran’s Foreign Minister has also shared Iran’s will to help Pakistan against terrorism:
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