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Iran's foreign ministry summoned Pakistan's ambassador

18 Jan 2024 - 13:01

Following the early morning attack by Pakistan on a border village in Iran's Sistan and Baluchistan province, an hour ago, Pakistan's charge d'affaires in Tehran was called to Iran's Foreign Ministry to explain about this incident.

Afghan Voice Agency (AVA): The Spokesman of Iran's Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Nasser Kanani, condemned the attack carried out by Pakistan on a point in the border area of the Islamic Republic of Iran.
The spokesperson of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Iran emphasized that in order to officially notify the protest and request an explanation from the Pakistani government in this regard, the charge d'affaires of this country's embassy in Tehran is being summoned to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Meanwhile, the Chinese Consul General in Karachi has also announced his readiness to play a constructive role in Iran-Pakistan relations and said: Pakistan and Iran are big countries in the region and the Islamic world, so China hopes that the differences between them can be resolved through negotiation and other means. peaceful methods of settlement.
I have to say; This Thursday morning, after several explosions were heard in Saravan district of Iran's Sistan and Baluchistan Province, the deputy security and law enforcement officer of this province, while confirming these explosions, told the media that 3 non-Iranian women and 4 children died in these explosions. It is said that these non-Iranian nationals were Pakistani.
The Deputy Police and Security of Sistan and Baluchistan province confirmed that at 4:30 am today Thursday (January 18), several rockets hit one of the border villages of Saravan from Pakistan.
According to him, 3 women and 4 children were killed in these missile attacks, all of whom are non-Iranian nationals.

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