Army chief: U.S. dominance in West Asia has waned

November 17, 2018 - 0:38

TEHRAN – The Iranian Army chief said on Thursday that the era of U.S. dominance in West Asia has come to an end.

Hailing the Iranian nation for tackling numerous threats on its path to progress, Major General Abdolrahim Mousavi said the Islamic Republic has attained a determining position in the region, Fars reported.

Mousavi enumerated a set of political, economic and security threats posed by enemies to Iran and the resistance front in the region, among them the emergence of the Daesh terror group in Iraq and Syria, U.S. and Saudi crimes in Yemen as well as an Iranophobia media campaign coupled with economic sanctions and political pressure.


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