IRGC commander: Enemies afraid of Iranian missiles' roar
IRNA - Islamic Republic News Agency
Tehran, March 8, IRNA -- Commander of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps Major General Mohammad Ali Jafari said on Tuesday that the enemies are now Shivering from the roar of Iranian missiles.
Iran's defense might and the country's national security is regarded as IRGC red line, he said adding that the enemies are afraid of Iranian missiles.
According to IRGC public relations department, the commander made the remarks on the final phase of military war game dubbed 'Velayat Strength'.
Launch of ballistic missiles from different locations is a crushing response to the allegations of the enemies which indicated parts of capabilities of IRGC missiles have been stationed nationwide, said the commander.
'The war game will teach the enemies that Iran's defensive might and the country's security is regarded as our red line and under no circumstances will be negotiable,' Jafari said.
'Security is on the agenda of the Islamic Republic of Iran, he said adding that we are thankful to God for the combat capabilities of the Iranian forces,' he said.
'Thanks God, the economic sanctions did not leave any impacts on the Iranian missiles as we are totally independent,' he said.
The enemies try to limit us through exertion of economic sanctions in the missile related industries, he said.
Since Zionist regime is within reach of Iranian missiles, it is quite natural that they should be more concern, Jafari said.
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