Army chief commander:
Iran's navy units presence in Western hemisphere; turning point

Bandar Abbas(IP): The chief commander of the Iranian Army has said the presence of Ira's naval units in the western hemisphere and 14,000 kilometers away, without mooring in ports, is a turning point in the strategic navy of the Islamic Republic of Iran.

Iran Press/Iran News: "In the last 15 years, the Iranian navy has crossed Oman and crossed the Indian Ocean, Bab al-Mandeb, the Gulf of Aden, the Red Sea, and the eastern part of the world," said Major-General Abdul Rahim Mousavi during the inauguration of national projects of the Ministry of Defense where the Dena destroyer and the Shahin minesweeper joined the navy units on Monday.

He also added: "Now Iran’s navy has been able to cross the Cape of Good Hope and 14,000 kilometers away; at this moment, it is moving towards the North Atlantic Ocean."

The Chief Commander of the Army of the Islamic Republic of Iran stated: "No problem, challenge or obstacle could bring about any delay in the implementation of this order by the Strategic Navy of the Islamic Republic of Iran's Army, so we are committed from now on to take action so that nothing could hinder it, slow down or postpone the execution of this command."


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