TEHRAN (Tasnim) – Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Hossein Jaberi Ansari on Tuesday denounced the deadly attacks in the Belgian capital of Brussels, which claimed the lives of at least 28 and injured 90.

Jaberi Ansari condemned the attacks and expressed sympathy with the bereaved families of the victims as well as the Belgian nation and government.

The recurrence of terrorist operations in different parts of the world indicates that terrorism and extremism are common threats to the entire world, the Iranian spokesman noted.

These attacks once again showed the necessity for an integrated and all-out confrontation with this inauspicious phenomenon and the centers that support it politically, ideologically, and financially, he went on to say.


ISLAMABAD: Pakistan on Tuesday strongly condemned terrorism in Belgium’s capital Brussels, that killed several people.

Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif condemned the incident, saying that the world must put up a joint resistance against terrorism.

He said, “Terrorism is a threat not only to a single country or nation, but to the entire humanity.”




Hezbollah denounced the terrorist attacks which targeted the Belgian capital on Tuesday, expressing solidarity with innocent victims.

In a statement released by its Media Relations, Hezbollah held the Takfiri terrorists and their regional and international sponsors responsible for these attacks.

The statement said the explosions indicate that the Takfiri threat is spreading dangerously, and that there is no place safe from such threat, its crimes and spite.

“The Takfiri terrorists along with their regional and international sponsors bear responsibility for these crimes which are transferring from one city to another.”

The blasts prove that Europe is being burnt by the same fire which some regimes have ignited in Syria, the statement said, stressing that terrorism has no borders.

“Many across the world know the sources of this Takfiri threat, though they still offer support to states which sponsor terrorism and export it.”

Meanwhile, Hezbollah called for confronting terrorism courageously, urging international cooperation and a clear strategy to do so.



Afghan President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani strongly condemned a string of attacks that hit Belgian capital Brussels on Tuesday, said a statement released here by Arg or the Presidential Palace.

”The explosions in Brussels today, have proved that terrorists are the common enemy of human being and do not recognize any border,” the Afghan president said in the statement.

At least 26 people were killed and 136 injured in explosions on Tuesday at Brussels airport and on a city subway train, according to the latest figures published by Belgian media.

In the statement, president Ghani, besides expressing sympathy with the government and people of Belgium, described terrorism as common threat to the region and the world at large and called for joint fight against the menace.

Similarly, Afghan government chief executive, Abdullah Abdullah in an online statement posted on his Twitter account, also condemned the bloody bombings in Brussels, in its strongest term. Endit


TEMPO.COJakarta – Indonesia strongly condemns the terror attacks that claimed at least dozens of lives and injured scores other in Brussels, Belgium on Tuesday, March 22, 2016.‎

”On behalf of our citizens, the Indonesian government would like to offer our sympathy and our deepest condolences to the government and people of Belgium, especially to the victims and their families,” said the spokesperson for the Foreign Affairs Ministry, Arrmanatha Nasir on Tuesday, March 22, 2016.