Tehran (IP) - Russian President Vladimir Putin, the Iraqi government, and the Republic of Azerbaijan condemned the Kerman terrorist attack which killed at least 103 innocent civilians.

Iran PressIran news: Russian President Vladimir Putin offered deep condolences to Iran’s leadership over the tragic incident of a twin terrorist blast that rocked the country's southeastern city of Kerman on Wednesday at the fourth anniversary of the late commander of the IRGC Quds Force commander.

Russian President Vladimir Putin condemned "terrorism in all its forms" and said the attack on peaceful people was "shocking in its cruelty and cynicism."

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan also offered condolences to the “friendly and brotherly” people of Iran over the “heinous terror attack.”

"We are deeply saddened by the heinous terrorist attacks carried out in the Kerman province of Iran. I wish God's mercy to those who lost their lives in the attacks and a speedy recovery to those who were injured," Erdogan said on X.

The Iraqi government condemned the terrorist attack and offered any help needed "to alleviate the impact of this cowardly criminal act."

“As a country deeply suffered from terrorism, Azerbaijan condemns all its forms & manifestations,” the country’s Foreign Ministry said in a statement published on its X account. 

Seyyed Ammar Hakim, the leader of Iraq's National Wisdom Movement, strongly condemned the terror attack and offered his deepest sympathies to the Iranian people.

He also urged the international community to join hands to combat terrorism to promote stability and security worldwide. Azerbaijan also condemned the attack and offered sympathies to the bereaved families of the victims. 

Pakistani Foreign Minister Jalil Abbas Jilani also strongly condemned the terrorist blasts. 

“Pakistan strongly condemns the inhuman terrorist attacks in Kerman, that claimed several innocent lives. Sincere condolences to Gov. & people of Iran. Our heart goes out to families of victims. We stand in solidarity with Iran at this hour of grief."

The Palestinian Islamic Jihad resistance movement also condemned the “cowardly attack.”

“Such an evil attack against the innocent people will increase cohesion among the Islamic Ummah and their adherence to the resistance, of which martyr Soleimani will always be one of the symbols.”

The political bureau of Yemen’s Ansarullah movement also strongly condemned the attack, which it called “criminal.”

The movement said the incident was part of enemies' attempts to undermine Iran's role in the anti-arrogance movement and weaken its support for the cause of the Islamic Ummah and the resistance.

Ansarullah stressed that Iran is stronger than all the conspiracies hatched against it and that efforts of the US and the Zionist regime to foment insecurity in Iran will be thwarted with the help of God Almighty.

Jordan’s Foreign Ministry also vehemently condemned the attack and expressed the country’s solidarity and support for the Iranian people.

A ministry spokesman reiterated Jordan's strong condemnation of all forms of violence and terrorism, particularly when directed at civilians.

The European Union also denounced the twin blasts. 

"The EU condemns in the strongest terms today's bombing... This act of terror has exacted a shocking toll of civilian deaths and injuries," an EU statement said. “Perpetrators must be held accountable."

His spokesman said that United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres also "strongly" condemned the twin blasts. 

"The Secretary-General strongly condemns the attack today on a memorial ceremony in Kerman city in the Islamic Republic of Iran, which reportedly killed more than 100 people and injured many more," the spokesman said.

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