Cairo, March 4 (Antara/Xinhua-OANA) - Egypt and Iran have condemned Russia's St. Petersburg metro blast which has so far killed at least 14 people, state-run MENA news agency reported.
According to MENA, Egypt's Foreign Ministry affirmed its full solidarity with the Russian people and government in such hard times.
The statement reiterated Egypt's firm stance rejecting and condemning all forms of terrorism and violence, and called on the international community to unite all efforts to eliminate them.
Such acts affirm that no country is immune to terrorist attacks, the statement added.
The ministry offered condolences to the families of the victims and wished speedy recovery for the wounded.
Earlier in the day, two subway stations were hit by explosions with destructive elements in the Russian city of St. Petersburg killing at least 14 and injuring 50 others.
In Tehran, Iran strongly condemned Monday terrorist attack in Russia's St. Petersburg subway stations, Tasnim news agency reported.
Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Qasemi expressed sympathy with the families of the victims, saying "We once again remind the necessity for joint international efforts for seriously confronting terrorism regardless of motivations behind it."
On Monday, a powerful bomb explosion rocked subway stations in the Russian city of St. Petersburg in which 11 people were killed and some 47 others injured.