TEHRAN (FNA)- Lieutenant Commander of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) Brigadier General Hossein Salami underlined Iran’s full control over the events happening across the country, and said Iran enjoys fully intelligent intelligence structures.
“Iran possesses a 70-million strong popular intelligence system and our intelligence structures are completely intelligent,” Salami said in a televised interview with Iran’s state-run TV on Saturday night.
“We have the most impenetrable and profound security environment,” he added.
Salami underlined the Iranian nation’s partnership in safeguarding the country’s security, and said, “Our nation has witnessed big wars and crises and has powerfully resisted, and meantime, made progress which is special in kind.”
In relevant remarks in 2011, another senior Iranian commander stressed that Iran keeps a watchful eye on all air, naval and ground moves of the enemies in the region and is fully informed of all their military actions due to its intelligence supremacy over the enemies.
“I assure you that any minor enemy move on the ground, in the sea and in the air is being monitored and nothing is hidden to our eyes,” Commander of Mehrabad Air Base General Hamid Reza Godini told FNA at the time.
He said the Iranian Armed Forces have not just focused on arms development programs and rather sought to have full intelligence supremacy over the trans-regional forces deployed in the region.
Godini further stressed that the enemies do not dare to wage a military attack on Iran since they are fearful of Iran’s brave and faithful military forces.
Regarding the combat power of the Iranian Air Force in confronting and repelling any possible air raid on the country, Godini underlined the high combat and defense capabilities of the Iranian fighter jets, and said they can target enemies in long distances.
“Our fighter jets enjoy the capability to carry out easy fueling in high and low altitudes, enabling us to hit enemies in long distances in time of threat…,” the commander stressed.
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