Iran condemns Zionists' claim on Georgia, India explosion
ISNA - Iranian Students' News Agency
News Code :9011-14708
TEHRAN (ISNA) - Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Ramin Mehmanparast condemned Zionist regime's claim on Iran's involvement in attacks against the regime's embassies in India and Georgia.
He said the claim was made in line with launching psychological war, adding, "We condemn any terrorist attack."
Iran is the biggest victim of terrorism and that countries supporting terrorist actions and Zionist regime openly should be blamed, he told al-Alam News Channel.
These countries should clarify why they back terrorist groups' measures and crimes in Iran and other regional countries and have excluded the groups from their blacklists, Mehmanparast continued.
Zionist regime whose establishment is based on terrorism, crime and occupation is the key defendant and, "We believe that the root of terrorism should be annihilated through an international movement."
Zionist regime accused Iran of being behind twin bomb attacks that targeted its embassy staff in India and Georgia on Monday which led to injury of four people. Also Israeli embassy car was targeted in the explosion and a Zionist embassy official was wounded.
Zionist regime said that the planted bomb in its mission building in Georgia was discovered and defused.
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