ICBPS- Iran’s Navy admiral warns U.S. Naval forces that they are under observation. Iran’s Navy commander in chief Hossein Khanzadi has warned the U.S. Naval Forces in the Middle East that all U.S. military movements in the region are under observation.
“We closely monitor all U.S. moves in the region, including the Indian Ocean,” claimed the Admiral.
Iran’s naval forces closely watch U.S. vessels’ movements in the region — even the name of the commander of each American vessel and “what eligibility criterion went through, and his idiosyncrasy are archived in the databases of the Islamic Republic of Iran.”
We observe the U.S. Navy fleets from the origin to destination, where they get the ropes from the ship to the pier when docking, he declared.
The U.S. navy forces imagine that they are safe when the vessels are docked 600-700 Km away from our waters, but they all make mistakes as we monitor them at the moment, expressed the chief.
“Pointing joint war exercises, he said “the Caucasus 2020 military exercise is underway, in which a number of countries already joined, as two of our ship-based missile launchers were dispatched to the Caspian Sea.”
Early April, IRGC Major General Mohammad Hossein Baqeri also said the regime’s military forces are closely monitoring all movements by the U.S. military in the region.
“The Islamic Republic of Iran’s Navy forces are monitoring all U.S. moves in the Sea of Oman and the Persian Gulf,” IRGC-run Tasnim News quoted Rear Admiral Tangsiri in May.
Two weeks ago, the chief of Iran IRGC threatened on Saturday to go after everyone who had a role in the terrorist-general’s January killing during a U.S. drone strike in Iraq.
“Mr. Trump! Our revenge for our great general’s martyrdom is obvious, serious and real,” the IRGC website quoted Gen. Hussein Salami.
U.S. President Donald Trump, in response to the threats, warned that Washington would harshly respond to any Iran’s regime attempts to take revenge for the death of its terrorist-general Qassem Soleimani.
Last year, IRI’s army held a four-day joint military exercise in the Indian Ocean and the Gulf of Oman [as a focal point of geopolitical tensions in 2019] amid ongoing friction in the economically important region between Tehran and Washington.
The maritime drill, which was held in late 2019, was the first such trilateral exercise as Tehran seeks to boost military cooperation with the U.S. fiercest rivals Beijing and Moscow amid unprecedented economic sanctions from White House.
The joint military exercise was more successful for U.S. rivals than the Islamic Republic of Iran as they have always sought to fight for their hegemony over the entire region, especially the strategic waters in southern Iran.
Islamic Republic of Iran’s propagandist minister Mohammad Javad Zarif called the exercise “Hormuz Peace Plan.”
Tehran seeks peace by conducting “War Exercises” in the region as well as bolsters its proxies throughout the Middle East.
The “War Games” cause not only peace but also make the region more unstable.
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