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Iranian Foreign Ministry summoned Pakistan ambassador to Iran Riffat Masood on Sunday over the recent terrorist attack in Zahedan, southeastern Iran which claimed the lives of IRGC forces and injured some others, Foreign Ministry spokesman said.

Referring to increase in terrorist measures from inside Pakistan soil, including the recent attack in Khash-Zahedan road, Iran issued its complaint, Bahram Qasemi said.

Iran expects Pak government and army to confront seriously against bases and movements of the terrorist groups active in its common borders with Iran, he added.

During the meeting, Iran underlined the fact that Pakistan government should not let terrorist groups cause insecurity, lack of confidence and pessimism between the two countries by its terrorist and inhumane acts, Qasemi noted.

And also, Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi said an expert Pakistani delegation will travel to Iran to review the recent terror attack in southeastern Iran.

Qureshi made the remarks Sunday in a phone conversation with Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif.

He slammed the terrorist attack and sympathized with the victims of the deadly incident.

A Suicide attack on a bus carrying the Islamic Republic Guards Corps (IRGC) personnel martyred 27 and wounded 13 in southeastern Iran on February 12. A terrorist group so-called Jaish al-Adl, affiliated to Al-Qaida, claimed responsibility for the incident.


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