Tehran: Iran has condemned the recent deadly bombings in Russia’s Volgograd city which killed at least 32 and left 28 injured, Xinhua reported.
Iranian Foreign Ministry’ spokeswoman Marzieh Afkham also extended Tehran’s condolence to the Russian government and nation over the terrorist bombings.
On Sunday, a suicide bomber ripped a railway station in Volgograd, killing 17 people and injuring 45. Another bomb went off Monday morning in a trolley bus in the same city, leaving at least 15 dead and 28 wounded.
The blasts have drawn widespread international condemnation.