US recent acts in Persian Gulf indicates fear: IRGC Naval Commander
Commander of the Naval Force for the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps Rear-Admiral Ali Fadavi said US warships and choppers recent acts in Persian Gulf is out of their fear.
Fadavi made the remarks on the sidelines of a meeting with Bushehr Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) commanders.
“Persian Gulf belongs to Islamic Republic of Iran and the US is always afraid of its presence in this area,” the commander added.
“Iran is dominating and controlling Persian Gulf, Strait of Hormuz and Sea of Oman,” he said.
IRGC Forces together with Islamic Republic of Iran Navy are now patrolling the Persian Gulf 24/7, Fadavi added.
Only a few days after the previous provocative act performed by the US to fire two warning shots to instigate
Iranian boats in the Persian Gulf, the US again committed the same act in the region.
While being monitored by Iran Zolfaghar frigates, American Nimitz-class aircraft carrier sent choppers towards Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) near Resalat oil-gas Field.
IRGC forces paid no attention to the US act and the US naval forces left the place.