UNITED NATIONS, Oct 20 (Bernama) -- Iran\'s Ambassador to United Nations here Monday delivered a letter to rotating head of Security Council asking that body and international community\'s condemnation of Sunday bloody terrorist attack in country\'s Sistan-o-Balouchestan Province, Iranian national news agency (Irna) reported.
Mohammad Khaza\'ie has in his letter referred to the martyrdom of 57 Iranian citizens and 150 others who were wounded in Sunday attack.
He emphasised that the message would be conveyed to the Jondollah terrorist group and their supporters through the UN Security Council that resorting to terrorist moves is of all types is condemned no matter who resorts to them and who supports them.
Iran\'s ambassador to UN adds, "The Security Council\'s message can somehow sooth the pains of the bereaved families of this incident\'s victims."
Khaza\'ie has also reiterated Iran\'s determination to bring to a court of justice the criminals of such terrorist attacks, asking the international community and the neighbouring countries, too, to heed their respective responsibilities.
The UN Secretary General issued a strongly worded communique on Monday condemning the attack and sympathising with the bereaved families of the terrorist move and the government of the Islamic Republic of Iran.