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Widespread International reactions to deadly explosions in Iran

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Fidel Rahmati
Fidel Rahmati
Fidai Rahmati is the editor and content writer for Khaama Press. You may follow him at Twitter @FidelRahmati

The deadly explosions that occurred in Iran on Wednesday have been met with widespread international reactions. The United Nations and the European Union, while labelling these explosions as terrorist acts, have called for the prosecution of the perpetrators.

The city of Kerman in Iran witnessed deadly attacks Wednesday that resulted in at least 103 people killed and over 200 injured, according to IRNA.

The UN Secretary-General, the European Union, international organizations, political figures, religious and political leaders, experts, analysts, and Western, Arab, and Asian countries have all officially condemned the “heinous terrorist incident” and expressed solidarity with the people of Iran.

The United Nations and the European Union have condemned the terrorist attacks in the city of Kerman, Iran, and emphasized the identification and prosecution of those responsible, according to IRNA, which states: “This terrorist act has resulted in a shocking number of casualties among civilians. Our thoughts are with the victims and their families.”

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Russian President Vladimir Putin have also expressed solidarity with Iran in response to these attacks and stated, “We strongly condemn terrorism in any form or manifestation.”

According to IRNA, Daniel Hagari, the spokesperson for the Israel Defense Forces, refrained from commenting on the explosions in Kerman during a press conference on Wednesday night. He stated, “We have no comments regarding the explosions in Iran, and our focus is on the war against Hamas.”

The Wall Street Journal also reported that Israel informed its allies that it had no involvement in the explosions in Iran.

The spokesperson for the US Department of State also stated yesterday that the United States had absolutely no role in these explosions in Kerman.

It should be noted that as a result of several explosions in the city of Kerman, at least 103 people have been killed, and nearly 200 others have been injured.

The Islamic Republic of Iran declared a public mourning day in the country on Thursday following the deadly explosions, which left over a hundred dead.

The nature of the explosions has not yet been determined, and no individual or group has claimed responsibility for them.

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