Iran warned of “tougher revenge on the enemy”

The Head of the Security Department of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Iran, Abdollah Araghi, after missile attacks on American targets, said that the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps “will take a more severe revenge on the enemy”, Tasnim reports.

“In fact, the IRGC is one of the strongest weapons of the leadership (of Iran) and will take revenge on the enemy more severely in the near future”, – Araghi said.

On Wednesday night, the Iranian Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps announced a retaliation operation for the assassination of General Kassem Soleimani as a result of an American special operation in Iraq. Land-to-ground missiles were fired from Iran at the Ein al-Assad base in western Iraq and the base in Erbil, where the US military contingent is located, who lead the international coalition against ISIS*. According to Washington, none of the US citizens was injured in the blow, only material damage was done.

The US President Donald Trump made an appeal to the nation on Wednesday, where he said that Washington would limit itself to introducing new sanctions and continuing the policy of maximum pressure on Iran. Media later reported that the US Permanent Representative to the UN, Kelly Kraft, sent a letter to the UN Security Council, in which she said that the US was ready for negotiations with Iran without preconditions to reduce tensions in the region.

*-Terrorist organization banned in Russia

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