Deterrence Power Will Continue to Increase

Deterrence Power Will Continue to Increase

Commander of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps Naval Force Rear Admiral Ali Fadavi highlighted Iran’s deterrence power and said the country’s defense capabilities will continue to enhance ceaselessly. “In the years following the victory of the Islamic Revolution, the process of boosting our defense might has always continued and, with the grace of God, our deterrence power today is not at all comparable to what it was in the past,” he said on Saturday in an address to a national conference on speedboats held in Tehran’s Malek-Ashtar University of Technology, Tasnim News Agency reported.
Fadavi noted that even Americans have acknowledged Iran’s great defense power and sought to counter it. The Islamic Republic has always maintained that its defense power is driven by deterrence and poses no threat to any other country. The senior commander highlighted the rapid progress the IRGC has made in manufacturing speedboats since it started making them back in the 1980s. The IRGC has manufactured military speedboats with the breakneck velocity of 110 knots.


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