Hostile countries worried to enter Strait of Hormuz: Top Cmdr
Tehran, Thanks to preparedness of the Islamic Revolution Guard Corps (IRGC) naval forces, hostile countries feel worried while entering the Strait of Hormuz, said Chief of Iran's Armed Forces Major General Mohammad Baqeri.
'They have acted based on international law so far but will be confronted in case of going beyond that, said Chief of Staff of Iran's Armed Forces.
Speaking in a ceremony with commanders, authorities and managers of IRGC naval force, General Baqeri emphasizing that the Persian Gulf is our home and enemies are uninvited guests there.
Referring to animosities of the anti-revolution elements, he added, Islamic Republic and the people have foiled the sinister strategies and plots of the enemies.
Modern designs and tactics of IRGC naval force and other units of the Iranian Armed Forces have contributed to Iran's deterrent power, he added.
General Baqeri reiterated, The Persian Gulf is not a suitable place for war and conflicts and even US experts admit their inability to confront Iran.
Source: Islamic Republic News Agency - IRNA