Iran condemns terrorist incidents in Germany, Afghanistan

Politics Materials 24 July 2016 02:09 (UTC +04:00)

Despite media claims that the killer is Iranian-German but his identity is still not clear for the Foreign Ministry, Qasemi said on Saturday, IRNA reported.

He noted that the Foreign Ministry has ordered its diplomatic mission in Germany to collect enough information about the alleged teenage killer.

Iran condemns killing of innocent people in Germany and condemning acts of violence and terrorism are parts of Iran’s policy principles, the official added.

He noted that Iran as one of the victims of terrorism condemned the incident immediately after the attack.

Certain states which are fathers to al-Qaeda, Daesh and Taliban are manipulating the incident as part of their psychological war against Iran, Qasemi said.

He said that Iranians across the world are the best foreign residents and nobody will believe certain states’ propaganda against Iranian society living abroad.

Qasemi also condemned the terrorist explosion in Afghanistan, adding that no excuse is accepted for killing the innocent people and acts of violence and terror are condemned anywhere across the world.

Munich police Chief Hubertus Andra in a meeting with Iran's Consul General Abdollah Nekounam said that the Munich terrorist attacker has nothing to do with the cultured Iranian people living in Germany.