A memorial book opens at Iran’s Embassy in Sweden

memorial book

The officials denounced the terrorist attack that left at least ninety-three people dead and offered their condolences to the Iranian people and government. They also expressed their condolences to Iran’s ambassador in Stockholm, Mohammad Ahmadi, the chargé d’affaires.

Two explosions happened on the way to General Qassem Soleimani’s grave, the Iranian leader in the fight against terrorism, in Kerman, which led to the terrorist incident. The incident happened while crowds gathered to mark four years since the US assassination of the man. The terrorist organization Daesh took credit for the explosions.

Iranian embassies around the world flew the Islamic Republic of Iran’s flag at half mast following the tragedy. Numerous nations have started memorial registers.

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