FNA- Commander of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps Navy Rear Admiral Ali Fadavi underlined that his forces are fully prepared to give a crushing and proper response to the enemies’ threats, adding that the IRGC Navy is powerfully deployed in the Southern waters of Iran which is the most possible source of threats against the country.
“We have formed and organized our defense power to give an appropriate and strong response to repel the biggest threats,” Rear Admiral Fadavi said, addressing a gathering in the Southern port city of Bandar Abbas on Wednesday.
He added that nearly 90% of the IRGC Navy’s capability and capacities have been focused in the Southern parts of Iran.
In relevant remarks in May, Rear Admiral Fadavi said the enemies, specially the US, don’t even think of attacking Iran for fear of a huge backlash to its interests.
“Due to the presence of IRGC forces, the Americans do not dare to get near the Iranian borders,” the IRGC Navy commander told reporters.
Referring to the failed US wars of the past decade, he said, “Washington seeks to weaken and marginalize countries that follow the Iranian Revolution as their role model; however, this is doomed to fail too.”
“The US presence in the region causes insecurity and therefore it should leave,” Rear Admiral Fadavi added.