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Several countries and international organizations condemned the terrorist attack in Baghdad, Iraq.

A rocket attack on Iraq's Bailaid air base

Several countries and international organizations condemned the terrorist attack in Baghdad, Iraq.

January 21st, local time, Iran, Saudi Arabia, the European Union and the United Nations condemned the incident after a series of bombing terrorist attacks in Baghdad, the capital of Iraq.

The European Union Mission in Iraq expressed alarm at the suicide attack in Baghdad and condemned this despicable act in the strongest terms.

The Iranian Embassy in Iraq strongly condemned the two explosions, expressed sympathy for the families of the victims, hoped that the injured would recover soon, and reiterated Iran’s support for the Iraqi government and people.

Iran will be ready to provide assistance to Iraq, and hopes that the Iraqi government will bring the behind-the-scenes gangs to justice as soon as possible.

Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs condemned and condemned the bombing, saying that Saudi Arabia opposes any form of terrorist activities regardless of its motivation and excuse.

Saudi Arabia supports Iraq’s countering acts that threaten its security and stability.

The United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq called the attack a “despicable act” and said that this act would not affect Iraq’s progress towards stability and prosperity.

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