China, Iran strongly condemn Houla massacre
CAPITALS- China and Iran on Monday condemned Houla massacre in Syria.
Agence France-Presse (AFP) quoted Chinese Foreign Ministry Spokesperson, Liu Weimin, as saying that China strongly condemns Houla massacre, calling for immediate investigation into this incident and to uncover its perpetrators.
Meanwhile, Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Ramin Mehmanparast condemned the terrorist acts in Houla village, in Syria, which claimed the lives of a number of innocent civilians, asserting that these acts aim at creating chaos and instability in Syria as their perpetrators seek to prevent any peaceful solutions.
In a statement, Mehmanparast expressed condemnation of this act, asserting the necessity of uncovering those who committed it and holding them accountable.
He expressed confidence that the foreign interference and terrorist acts which target the Syrian people are doomed to failure.
He expressed support to the Syrian people and the reform process launched by President Bashar al-Assad, warning against the attempts to foil the plan of the UN Envoy to Syria, Kofi Annan. "These attempts will lead for no result," he said.