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Iran Consulate in Pakistan’s Quetta opens condolence book for Gen. Soleimani

Islamabad, IRNA -- The Culture Center of the Islamic Republic of Iran in Pakistan’s south western city of Quetta opened a condolence book on Monday to pay homage to the Islamic Republic Guards Corp (IRGC) Qods force commander Lieutenant General Qasem Soleimani.

Officials and religious leaders and supporters of the resistance signed the condolence book and expressed their sympathy with the people and the government of Iran on the tragic incident.

The ceremony was attended by Hassan Darvishvand, Consul General of Iran in Quetta, Hassan Naghizadeh Vaqefi, Director of Culture Center, as well as scholars, thinkers, political and social figures, businessmen and various classes of civil society.

Participants recited the Quran to commemorate these heroes of the fight against terrorism and expressed their anger against terrorist governments and terrorists.

The Consul General of the Islamic Republic of Iran in Quetta, while appreciating the enthusiastic and glorious presence of the participants in this ceremony, emphasized continuing the path of the glorious martyrs of the Resistance Front and resolutely fighting the terrorists.

Darwishvand said that the pure blood of these loved ones is the price of peace and justice in the region and the world, and we are proud to have such noble and self-sacrificing people, and we will continue their path with steadfastness.

Iran Consulate in Pakistan’s Quetta opens condolence book for Gen. Soleimani

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