Iran offers condolences to Belarus over Subway explosion
Iranian Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi sent a message of condolence to his Belarusian counterpart Sergei Martynov over recent subway explosion, ISNA reported.
Also in a phone conversation with Martynov, Salehi expressed condolences over the deadly terrorist attack.
"From the view point of the Islamic Republic of Iran which has already been target of such terrorist acts, these inhumane actions are condemned and that fighting these terrorist attempts needs cooperation of all countries and serious will of the international community," Iranian Foreign Minister added in the phone conversation.
Salehi also said Iran is ready to help victims and the injured.
The Belarus subway bombing claimed lives of 12 people and left some 200 wounded on Tuesday.
There was no claim of responsibility for the blast and police did not identify any possible perpetrators.
Authorities said 204 people sought medical help after the blast and 157 of them were hospitalized, including 22 in critical condition.