IRGC Navy: Our enemies will regret it if they threaten our interests
IRGC Navy Commander says his country is monitoring all enemy movements, warning against undermining Iran's interests.
On Monday, Rear Admiral Alireza Tangsiri, IRGC Navy Commander, said his forces are at the height of their power and they do not fear any regional or international power, noting that all enemy movements are being "closely monitored in the Persian Gulf."
Tangsiri noted, in a statement in Hormozgan Province, that the slightest threat felt against Iran's interests will be dealt with decisively.
On his part, the chief of the Iranian Army Navy, Shahram Irani, said on April 15, that one of his country's goals is to be present in international and distant waters.
The Iranian Admiral said this presence is going according to the guidelines of the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, noting that there are three plans for long-term maritime navigation that will soon be executed.