Iran condemns Aleppo terrorist chemical attack
Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Bahram Qassemi expressed deep regret and concern over reports of the chemical attack in Aleppo, describing the incident as "inhumane and despicable."
"The cause of such an inhumane act by terrorist groups is the unflinching intellectual, political, financial and military support provided by some regional and trans-regional states for these groups, which are on the brink of annihilation," the Foreign Ministry’s website cited Qassemi as saying.
Shelling by insurgents wounded more than 100 people, mostly civilians, in the suspected toxic gas attack in Syria’s Aleppo yesterday. 107 people were injured in Aleppo after militants hit three districts with projectiles containing gases that caused choking, SANA reported.