MOSCOW, Nov. 6 (Xinhua) -- Russia urged the international community to jointly condemn the latest terror attacks in Syria, Russian Foreign Ministry said Tuesday.
"Moscow is highly concerned with the rising terror activities in Syria. We decisively condemn terrorism in all its forms and manifestations and expect others to condemn this global evil uncompromisingly," the ministry's spokesman Alexander Lukashevich said in a comment published on the ministry's website.
On Monday, a suicide car bomber killed at least 50 Syrian security men in Hama province. Two people were killed when a roadside bomb went off Monday evening in al-Zahera area in the Syrian capital Damascus, as part of the intensified violence in the unrest-hardened country.
The diplomat called it unacceptable to divide terrorists into "good" and "bad" ones.
"The attempts to justify such barbarous actions with their allegedly legitimate targeting against military facilities are unacceptable," he said.
He added the terrorism threat became a serious challenge not for Syrians only.
Moscow once again urged the members of Geneva Action Group on Syria to implement their obligations to facilitate sooner end of any violence in the war-torn Middle East country, he said.
More than 20,000 Syrians have reportedly died since the Syrian crisis started some 20 months ago. About 2.5 million Syrians are in urgent need of humanitarian aid and over 340,000 have crossed border into Lebanon, Jordan, Turkey and Iraq, according to UN estimates.