Deterrence power has made war on Iran unthinkable: admiral

December 14, 2018 - 20:12

TEHRAN – Habibollah Sayyari, the deputy army chief for coordination affairs, said on Wednesday the enemies will not even think of attacking Iran because of the country’s deterrence power.

“High combat capabilities show the country’s deterrence power, and as long as such power exists no enemy would think of attacking Iran,” Rear Admiral Sayyari stated, Mehr reported.

“We must also boost our scientific capabilities so that we don’t lag behind the enemies,” the admiral remarked.

He also said the Army’s mission is to defend the territorial integrity and independence of the Islamic Republic, underlining that such a mission is of the highest degree of sanctity and importance.

MH/PA

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