Pakistan Attack on Iran launch Air Strike
Pakistan Attack on Iran Pakistan on Thursday launched air strikes within Iran, aiming at Baluchi militant groups. This action comes two days following Iran’s own strikes on Pakistani soil.
- Pakistan’s air force has launched retaliatory air strikes on Iran, allegedly targeting fighters’ positions.
- Iranian state media says the attack killed at least nine people.
“This morning Pakistan undertook a series of highly coordinated and specifically targeted precision military strikes against terrorist hideouts in Siestan-o-Baluchistan province of Iran,” a foreign ministry statement said, adding that a “number of terrorists were killed”.
“Iran is a brotherly country and people of Pakistan have great respect and affection for Iranian people,” the foreign ministry statement said.
9 dead in Pakistan’s strike in Iran
Several missiles launched from Pakistan’s direction hit a border village in Iran’s Sistan-Baluchistan province, a security official from the province said on Thursday according to the semi-official Young Journalist Club news agency.
Pakistan’s Foreign Ministry described their attack as “a series of highly coordinated and specifically targeted precision military strikes”.
Pakistan launches retaliatory strikes into Iran, killing nine people
The strikes in Sistan-Baluchestan province follow Iran’s attack on Tuesday on Pakistani soil that killed two children in the southwestern Balochistan province.