IRGC commander: Iran in full control over borders

TEHRAN (FNA)- Lieutenant Commander of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) Brigadier General Hossein Salami ensured the Iranian forces’ full and tight control over the bordering areas.

“Our country’s borders are experiencing their most secure conditions and thanks God, there is no insecurity at the borders,” Salami told FNA on Saturday.

“In terms of both security and intelligence, we have powerful control over the borders, and we don’t have any special concern,” he added.

After a series of terrorist operations at Iran’s border with Pakistan few months ago, the IRGC rushed to help the border guard troops of the Iranian Law Enforcement Police. There has been no unrest or cross-border attacks by the terrorists who have taken refuge on Pakistani territories ever since.

Also on October 19, Lieutenant Commander of Basij Forces Brigadier General Ali Fazli underlined that Iran enjoys the highest level of border security than ever.

“All borders of Iran enjoy the maximum level of security and we don’t observe the slightest level of insecurity at the Western and Northwestern borders and along the country’s coasts,” Fazli said, addressing a ceremony in the Northern city of Babol.

“This level of security is indebted to the solidarity and integrity between the army and the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) but we should never neglect the enemy’s deception and devilish moves,” he added.

Fazli stressed that the Iranian borders are now at their most secure situation compared with what existed all throughout the history.

By Fars News Agency

 

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