Deputy FM stresses Iran’s readiness to share security experiences with friendly states

TEHRAN (FNA)- Iranian Deputy Interior Minister Hossein Ali Amiri underlined Tehran’s tight control over the country’s bordering areas, and voiced his country’s readiness for assisting neighboring nations to reinvigorate regional security and tranquility.

Ali Amiri said that the Islamic Republic of Iran is ready to share its experience with the neighboring states to ensure peace and security on humanitarian ground.

He said that the security in the country is an outcome of coordination between governorate generals across the country that are tasked with fulfillment of the government’s plans.

In April, Iranian Intelligence Minister Seyed Mahmoud Alawi underlined that the country’s armed and security forces are vigilantly keeping an eye on every move made by the enemies and have established full security across Iran.

“Today, the intelligence ministry has established full security in the country with the help of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC), Basij (volunteer), Army and Law Enforcement Police forces and border guards” and this is while the countries around Iran are entangled in war and bloodshed, Alawi said at the time.

He, meantime, said that certain people intended to carry out sabotage acts in different parts of Iran but failed due to the vigilance of the security forces.

By Fars News Agency