IRGC: Iran has drone with range of 7,000 km
IRNA - Islamic Republic News Agency
Jun 27, 2021
Tehran, IRNA -- Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) Commander Major General Hossein Salaami announced on Sunday that Iran enjoys unmanned aerial vehicles with long range of 7,000 kilometers.
They can fly, return home, and make landings wherever they are planned to, General Salami said at a ceremony of unveiling the Noora COVID-19 vaccine developed by Baqiyatallah University of Medical Sciences in Tehran.
The IRGC is a pioneer not only in the area of military technology but in many other fields including medical sciences, the commander noted according to Sepahnews website.
He went on to say that no country and no nation can achieve the peaks of success without dealing with difficulties.
A nation that could create spectacular successes under economic, technical, and scientific sanctions is undoubtedly an incredible one, General Salaami underlined.
Further, he appreciated doctors, nurses, and medical personnel for showing the country an excellent and successful one.
Today, Iranian cultural and scientific achievements have influenced the world, he said, adding that the country can give its vaccines to the poor countries and share its related experiences with the world states.
Baqiyatallah University of Medical Sciences affiliated with the IRGC unveiled an indigenous COVID-19 vaccine named "Noora" on Sunday morning.
Now it is the time for us to send vaccines to Americans, the commander said, adding that Iran is ready to help them if they have any problem providing vaccines.
Referring to the US unilateral sanctions on Iran, General Salami said that the Iranian nation will not be stopped in any area and the fruit of their tolerance of hardship is the great achievements part of which can be seen today.
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