IRGC not to allow anyone to meddle in, invade Iran
Brigadier General Ali Fadavi says the Iranian people's resistance in support of the truth will always foil the enemy's plans.
The Islamic Revolution Guard Corps' Deputy Commander-in-Chief declared that the valiant IRGC forces will not allow any foreigners to invade the nation or meddle in its affairs.
IRGC Deputy Commander-in-Chief, Brigadier General Ali Fadavi, said on Sunday that the Iranian people's resistance in favor of truth will always foil the enemy's plans.
"In order to be independent, we need to have complete independence in science, technology, economy, and culture, which are the main signs of a society's identity," he pointed out.
Emphasizing that no one should decide about the future of the Iranian nation, he stated, "This is our message, if anyone seeks to decide our fate, we will deal with them seriously."
"We will not allow anyone to interfere in the country's affairs," General Fadavi noted, stressing that Iran's power is unstoppable.
Elsewhere in his remarks, General Fadavi stated that developing new maritime technologies is currently one of Iran's power sources.
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This comes after Washington-based journalist, Masih Alinejad, who has been part of the campaign to sanction her home country, put up a meeting with French President Emmanuel Macron as they discussed further attempts at delegitimizing Tehran.
Alinejad reposted the Farsi version of the tweet, numbering what she demanded from the French President, including France recalling its ambassador, halting nuclear negotiations, designating the IRGC as a "terrorist" organization, expelling Iranian diplomats, and finally setting up a meeting with a delegation from the opposition.
Macron held a meeting with a number of US-based anti-Iran figures, including Alinejad, at the Elysee Palace, where he called the riots in Iran a "revolution".
In response to Macron's meeting with Alinejad, who has been inciting violence in Iran, the spokesperson for the Iranian Foreign Ministry, Nasser Kanaani, condemned the meeting which took place on the sidelines of the Paris Peace Forum on Friday.
“It is surprising that the president of a country claiming to support freedom, lowers his level and meets with a hated pawn who, in recent months, has clearly tried to spread hatred, violence and terrorist acts in the Islamic Republic of Iran and also against its diplomatic missions as well as diplomats of the Islamic Republic abroad," said Kanaani.