115 Dead in Moscow Suburb Terrorist Attack/ President Raeisi Condemns Moscow Terror Attack

A devastating terrorist attack at a concert hall in a Moscow suburb has left 115 Russians dead and numerous others injured, according to Russia's Investigative Committee. The incident occurred on Friday night during a rock concert, with gunmen opening fire before setting the theatre ablaze. Emergency services reported that around 100 people were evacuated from the underground floor.

Iran (IMNA) - The attackers, dressed in camouflage outfits, entered the building, opened fire, and threw a grenade or incendiary bomb, as reported by a journalist from RIA Novosti news agency. The UN Secretary-General, Antonio Guterres, strongly condemned the attack, while the UN Security Council emphasized the need to hold those responsible accountable.

Iranian officials have also expressed their condolences and condemnation. Iran's Foreign Minister, Hossein Amir-Abdollahian, called for a joint and effective fight against terrorism, involving serious action by the international community. The Iranian Foreign Ministry released a statement strongly condemning the attack and extending condolences to the Russian government and people, particularly the families of the victims. The Islamic Republic of Iran stands with Russia during this difficult time.

President Raeisi Condemns Moscow Terror Attack, Calls for Global Action Against Terrorism

Iranian President Ebrahim Raeisi has expressed his condolences to Russian President Vladimir Putin and the Russian people over the tragic loss of innocent lives in the terrorist incident in Moscow. In a message to Putin, Raeisi strongly condemned the attack on the concert hall and offered support to Russia's efforts to maintain national security.

Raeisi also urged the international community to take serious action against the perpetrators of the attack and emphasized the need for united efforts to combat terrorism. Iran's Foreign Minister, Hossein Amir-Abdollahian, had previously condemned the attack and called for global action against terrorism on Friday night.

The Russian Federal Security Service (FSB) reported that the shooting and fire took place at the Crocus City Hall in Krasnogorsk, near Moscow. According to preliminary data, at least 60 people, including three children, were killed, and over 110 were injured. The Russian Investigative Committee later confirmed 93 deaths and 107 hospitalized individuals, with five children among them.

Chinese President Xi Jinping also expressed condolences and denounced terrorism in any form, as world leaders unite in condemning the attack and emphasizing the importance of a united front against terrorism.

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