Speaking by phone with Didier Reynders, Zarif expressed his condolences to the families of the victims as well as the government and people of Belgium for the loss of life in today’s terrorist attacks.
He referred to terrorism and extremism as problems facing international community stressing that fighting against extremism requires a global action.
Three terrorist bombings killed at least 30 people and injured about 230 in the Belgian capital when explosions occurred at Brussels’ airport and subway station Tuesday morning.
The terrorist group of Daesh (also known as ISIS) claimed responsibility for the tragic attacks.
President Hassan Rouhani has expressed his condolences on the fatal attacks to the government and people of Belgium in a tweet posted earlier in Tuesday.
'Firmly condemn terrorist attacks in Brussels. Deepest condolences to the government and people of Belgium, especially those who lost loved ones,' President Rouhani twitted.