Iran to continue taking revenge from terrorists

IRNA – Spokesman of the Iranian Armed Forces Abolfazl Shekarchi referred to Iran army power, saying armed forces will continue taking revenge of the IRGC forces who were recently martyred by terrorists in Sistan and Baluchestan.

A Suicide attack on a bus carrying the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) personnel martyred 28 and wounded 13 in southeastern Iran on February 12.

A terrorist group called Jeish al-Adl, affiliated to Al-Qaeda, claimed responsibility for the incident.

Speaking to the Islamic Republic News Agency (IRNA), Shekarchi said the next steps of taking revenge from terrorists will be announced soon.

We are resisting until the demise of our enemies, he added.

Earlier, Pakistani envoy to Iran Riffat Masood in an exclusive interview with IRNA, said “Pakistan will continue to work with Iran to bring an end to terrorism that affects our region’.

“We feel that the United States is an important county; it is one of our largest trading partners, but we have to be very careful and very watchful of the US policy in Afghanistan and the US intentions in our region. That is why Pakistan is a country that believes in engagement.”