Lebanese, Georgian, Belarus presidents condemn Tehran terrorist attacks

Tehran June 8, IRNA -- Presidents of Lebanon, Georgia, and Belarus, respectively Michel Aoun, Giorgi Margvelashvili, and Alexander Lukashenko condemned the terrorist attacks on Tehran.

In a message to President Hassan Rouhani, Aoun said that the two attacks showed that terrorism doesn't follow any religions, and terrorists make blind attacks.

Saying that he was deeply touched by the news, Margvelashvili added in these tough moments, he sympathize with the government and people of Iran, and offered his condolences to the families’ of the victims.

The Georgian PM also had already expressed his solidarity with Iranians, and said that terrorists can’t influence the authority of the Islamic Republic of Iran.

Lukashenko said that Belarus has had and will have solidarity with Iran and the international community in fighting the evil acts.

On Wednesday, two attacks hit the parliament and Mausoleum of Imam Khomeini in Tehran, killing 13 and wounding 52 people.

Security sources said that one of the suicide bombers in Imam Khomeini’s Mausoleum was shot before taking any action, but the other one detonated his suicide vest. And from the three terrorists in Majlis (the Iranian Parliament), one could blow himself up, but the other two were shot dead by the security guards.

Daesh (the ISIS terrorist group) has claimed responsibility for the attacks.