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Azerbaijan has been receiving messages of sympathy from foreign
states over the act of terror against its embassy in Tehran, which
killed one security officer and wounded two, Azernews reports.
The Jordanian Foreign Ministry has expressed deep condolences to
the government and people of Azerbaijan over the attack.
'The ministry expresses the solidarity of the Kingdom with the
government and people of the Republic of Azerbaijan, in particular,
rejects all forms of violence directed against diplomatic missions
and their employees, expresses condolences to the family of the
deceased, and wishes a speedy recovery to the injured,' the
Estonian Foreign Minister Urmas Reinsalu also condemned the
attack on his Twitter page.
'Any act of violence against any diplomatic mission is
completely unacceptable. I extend my deepest condolences to the
family of the victim and wish a speedy recovery to those who were
wounded,' the minister said.
Stating that such acts are unacceptable, the Netherlands also
condemned the violent attack.
'Any attack against diplomatic missions and personnel is
completely unacceptable. Our condolences to the family of the
victim and we wish a speedy recovery to those who were injured,'
the foreign ministry said.
Similarly, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) strongly condemned the
attack, noting the necessity of ensuring the protection of
'The UAE strongly condemns such criminal acts and rejects all
forms of violence and terrorism aimed at undermining security and
stability. It is necessary to ensure the protection of diplomatic
missions in accordance with the norms and charters governing
diplomatic missions,' the statement reads.
Saudi Arabia strongly condemned the terrorist act, expressing
the Kingdom's solidarity with friendly Azerbaijan and its people on
this difficult day and calling for respect for the inviolability of
the diplomatic mission and punishment of the perpetrators.
The Swiss embassy in Baku expressed its condolences on its
'Following today's attack at the Embassy of Azerbaijan in
Tehran, which caused the tragic death of an employee and left two
people wounded, the Swiss embassy in Baku expresses its sincere
condolences and wishes a speedy recovery to the wounded,' the
'Montenegro strongly condemns the attack on the Embassy of
Azerbaijan in Tehran. Acts of violence against diplomatic missions
cannot be tolerated. We offer our condolences to the victim's
family,' the country's foreign ministry tweeted.
The Brazilian Foreign Ministry also expressed solidarity with
Azerbaijan, saying that the government received with concern the
news, and recalled the principle of inviolability of diplomatic
missions under international law and the importance of protecting
The Brazilian government expressed its solidarity with the
government and people of Azerbaijan, as well as with the families
of the victims.
The Czech Republic also expressed its strong condemnation of the
attack, noting that any attack on diplomatic missions is
Sweden condemned the attack and expressed its condolences.
The Pakistani Foreign Ministry said the country is deeply
saddened by the attack.
'We express our condolences to the family of the deceased and
pray for a speedy recovery of the wounded. Pakistan stands in
solidarity with the brotherly people of Azerbaijan at this sad
moment', the ministry tweeted.
The spokesperson for the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry, Oleg
Nikolenko, stated that Ukraine strongly condemns the attack and
offered its sincere condolences to the loved ones of the victim,
and a speedy recovery to the wounded.
'We strongly condemn today's attack on the embassy of Azerbaijan
in Tehran. There is no justification for violence aimed at
diplomatic missions. Condolences to the government and people of
Azerbaijan, our thoughts are with those affected and their families
in these difficult moments', the Croatian Foreign Ministry said on
Further, Director of the Department for Eastern Europe, the
Caucasus, and Central Asia of the German Foreign Ministry Matthias
Luttenberg expressed his deepest condolences to the family of the
man killed in the attack.
'Attacks on diplomatic missions are unacceptable! The
circumstances of this crime must be investigated as soon as
possible,' Luttenberg wrote.
Qatar strongly condemned the attack and expressed its
'Qatar expresses its strong condemnation of the attack that
targeted the Embassy of Azerbaijan in the Iranian capital Tehran,
which led to the death of the chief of the security service and two
wounded, and the firm position of Qatar rejecting violence. The
ministry expresses its condolences to the families of the victims,'
the country's foreign ministry said.
The Japanese embassy in Baku also posted an Instagram
publication in connection with the terrorist attack and expressed
its sincere condolences.
The embassy of Greece condemned the attack in a Twitter
'We're appalled by today's armed attack against the Embassy of
the Republic of Azerbaijan in Iran. The inviolability of diplomatic
missions is a fundamental principle of international law. Our
hearts and minds go with the families of the victims,' the embassy
'The perpetrators must be brought to justice. We express our
condolences to Azerbaijan and wish a speedy recovery to the
injured,' the message reads.
Attacks on diplomatic missions are unacceptable, Lithuanian
Foreign Ministry said.
Further, the Polish Foreign Ministry extended its condolences to
the family of the deceased and sympathy to the injured and their
France condemned the attack and expressed condolences as
'We express our condolences to the family of the deceased. Any
attack on diplomats and the diplomatic corps is unacceptable. We
call on the Iranian authorities to protect foreign diplomats in the
country and investigate this attack in accordance with their
authority,' the country's foreign ministry said.
Oman's Foreign Ministry condemned the attack and affirmed the
Sultanate's firm position in rejecting any action targeting
diplomatic missions and destabilizing security and stability.