Pakistan condemns suicide attack in Iran

October 19, 2009 - 0:0

ISLAMABAD (APP) – Pakistan’s foreign office spokesman, Abdul Basit has condemned the vicious suicide attack in Iran.

A suicide bomber blew himself up at a meeting of the elite Revolutionary Guards in southeastern Iran Sunday, killing at least 30 people including top commanders and tribal leaders, a senior official said.
The attack took place in the city of Pisheen near the border with Pakistan Sistan-Baluchestan province.
Pakistan’s foreign office spokesman said that Iran and Pakistan enjoyed brotherly relations, “And we condemn the sad event in Iran”, Geo News reported.
Referring to Jundallah’s presence in Pakistan, Basit refuted it and said that both the friendly countries have mutual Interim and Bilateral mechanism and they cooperated with each other on any critical issue. Spokesman pointed to some elements who wanted to disrupt the good relations between the two brother countries which are linked in religious, cultural and trade bonds. Abdul Basit assured Pakistan’s full Cooperation with Iran in this critical situation.