Lebanon’s Islamic resistance movement, Hezbollah, says the United States and the Israeli regime were behind Wednesday's terrorist outrage in Iran's Sistan and Baluchestan Province.

Iran Press/Middle East: Condemning the terror attack on IRGC forces in southeastern Iran, the Lebanese resistance movement Hezbollah stressed in a statement released on Thursday that the US, the Israeli regime and their regional allies who nurture Takfiri terrorists were behind Wednesday's attack according to Iran Press.

Hezbollah said the attack that martyred 27 IRGC members and wounded 13 others showed the world the true image of organized terrorism led by the US government, which encourages other countries to follow suit.

“Intimidated by the Iranian nation’s huge turnout on Monday, with rallies marking the 40th anniversary of the Islamic Revolution, these criminal groups sought to send a bloody message by carrying out the suicide terror attack", the statement added, Press TV reported.

“These crimes will not weaken the Iranian nation, and will rather increase their power and motivation to continue the path of progress and prosperity,” it added.

Poland anti-Iran summit 

The Lebanese movement also pointed to the timing of the terrorist attack, the fact that it happened on the same day as an anti-Iran conference organized by United States in Warsaw, Poland, describing it as a sign of the US government’s coordination and connection with criminals and murderers seeking to destabilize Iran and harm Iran's security.

Earlier, Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif had noted that it is not coincidental that terrorists have attacked the IRGC on the same day that the anti-Iran summit organized by the United States kicked off in Poland.

In a tweet on Wednesday, Zarif raised suspicion about the deadly attack's possible links to what he described as the 'circus' in Warsaw.

 Attack masterminded by foreign intelligence services

In a message, Iran’s First Vice-President Es’haq Jahangiri said the crime has been masterminded and implemented by intelligence services of hegemonic powers and their evil mercenaries.

“[The attack] will not only fail to undermine the nation’s determination to defend the Islamic Revolution but also will strengthen the national resolve for a relentless fight against terrorism,” he added.

Jahangiri also immediately ordered the governor of Sistan and Baluchestan province to identify and punish those behind the crime by using all the resources available.

In one of the first international reactions to the attack, Pakistani Foreign Ministry Spokesman Mohammad Faisal condemned the attack in the strongest terms and offered 'deepest sympathies' to the families of the victims of the 'heinous' crime.

The Lebanese Foreign Ministry also condemned the terrorist attack, expressed solidarity with the Iranian nation and government, and offered condolences to the families of the victims.

Also in a tweet, the Polish Foreign Ministry said the country 'condemns terrorism in all its forms', and that its reaction to the attack on Iranian forces would be no different.

The IRGC personnel were traveling between the cities of Zahedan and Khash, in Sistan and Baluchestan province on Wednesday, when their bus was targeted in a car bomb attack.

The IRGC's Qods Headquarters said in a statement that an explosives-laden car rammed into the bus, which was taking the personnel back to their homes.

The so-called Jaish ul-Adl terrorist group reportedly claimed responsibility for the bombing. 208/ 211 /103

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