Letter of condolences by Serbian Foreign Minister following a militant conflict in Iran

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DActing Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of a Republic of Serbia Ivica Dacic addressed a minute of condolences to a First Vice President of a Islamic Republic of Iran, Eshaq Jahangiri, following a militant conflict on a country’s Parliament and a conflict on a Mausoleum of Ayatollah Khomeini.

“We perceived with good unhappiness and dishonesty a news of apprehension attacks opposite your country’s Parliament building as good as opposite a Mausoleum of a devout personality of your people.

Allow me to, on interest of a Government of a Republic of Serbia and on my possess behalf, communicate to we many frank condolences over a detriment of trusting lives.

May we take this event to demonstrate my strongest defamation of these and all other militant attacks only directed during holding tellurian life, causing disharmony and traffic a blow to a civilizational values of a universe today.

On interest of a Government of a Republic of Serbia, we wish to demonstrate a above-board willingness to make a limit grant – in each probable way, in team-work with we and all those who share a defamation of such execrable acts – in sequence to stamp out this biggest immorality of a times”, says a upraise minute by Minister Dacic.

Article source: http://www.mfa.gov.rs/en/press-service/statements/16602-letter-of-condolences-by-serbian-foreign-minister-following-the-terrorist-attack-in-iran