Iran Condemns Suspected Chemical Attack in Syria

'Iran condemns any use of chemical weapons, regardless of who has used it and who are the victims,' says Foreign Ministry.

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A picture taken on April 4, 2017 shows destruction at a hospital room in Khan Sheikhun, a rebel-held town in the northwestern Syrian Idlib province, following a suspected toxic gas attack.
A picture taken on April 4, 2017 shows destruction at a hospital room in Khan Sheikhun, a rebel-held town in the northwestern Syrian Idlib province, following a suspected toxic gas attack.Credit: AFP PHOTO / Omar haj kadour
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Iran condemned on Wednesday the chemical attack that left scores dead in Syria, offering help to the victims of the incident.

"Iran condemns any use of chemical weapons, regardless of who has used it and who are the victims," Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman, Bahram Ghasemi was quoted by Tasnim news agency as saying.

"We are ready to bring the victims to Iran and help them."

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