IRGC: Iranian people will beat embargo soon
The Deputy Commander of the IRGC said that Iran will beat the embargo imposed on the country, and accused the US of using all means available to impose pressure on Iran.
Deputy Commander of the IRGC, General Ali Fadavi, said that “the Iranian people will beat the embargo put in place by the enemy, and will overcome these difficulties soon.”
Fadavi, during a ceremony held in Alborz province west of Tehran, spoke of what he called “the crimes committed by our enemies since the victory of the Islamic Revolution and until this day,” adding: “the IRGC’s scope of operations is vast, and it is expected that those in charge tread a similar path.”
He added: “if there is no harmony between provincial heads and the government, then the country and the people will not be served; the secret of the victory of the Islamic Revolution in matters of great sensitivity lies in unity, agreement, and harmony.”
Fadavi also affirmed that the embargo that has been placed on Iran since 1979 has not been “as effective on people's livelihoods and living standards as it has been in the past few years”, noting that the American administration that he described as “enemy” is doing all it can against Iran out of fear, stressing that Iran is the one emerging victorious from this confrontation.