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World leaders condole with Iran over medical center tragedy

July 2, The Iran Projects – Officials of Pakis  tan, Qatar and Britain, in separate messages, expressed condolences on victims of Medical Center blast in Tehran.

The ambassador of Pakistan to Iran in a message has expressed condolences and heartfelt sympathies on victims of tragic incident at Sina At’har Medical Center in Tajrish.

Rahim Hayat Qureshi in a tweet on Thursday said: We share the grief of families who lost loved ones and those injured. “May Almighty comfort these families and give them the fortitude to bear this irreparable loss,” he said.

Also, Emir of Qatar Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani On Wednesday night, in a message to President Hassan Rouhani offered condolences on victims of the deadly tragedy, while wishing immediate recovery of those injured in the gas leak blast.

In a separate message, the Deputy Emir of the State of Qatar Abdullah bin Hamad bin Khalifa Al-Thani, voiced his condolences to President Rouhani.

Meanwhile, UK deputy foreign minister James Cleverly in a message extended condolences over the deadly blast.

“I wish to express my condolences for the tragic loss of life in the explosion yesterday at the Sina Athar Medical Centre in Tehran, which was reportedly caused by a gas leak,” Cleverly wrote on his Twitter account.

Earlier, Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei and President Rouhani offered condolences over deaths in an explosion, calling on the organizations in charge to launch a probe into the incident.

A fire erupted at Sina Athar Medical Center in the north of Tehran on June 30, killing 19 including 15 women and 4 men doctors so far. Moreover, 14 have been injured.

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