Iran’s diplomatic strength due to military power: IRGC


IRGC Commander Major General Mohammad Ali Jafari has said the strength of our diplomacy in nuclear negotiations owes to the Islamic Revolution aspirations as well as the country’s security and defensive authority.
On the sidelines of a meeting of the Armed Forces’ supreme council for policy-making, Commander of Iranian Islamic Revolutionary Guards Major General Mohammad Ali Jafari said “we owe our security to the powerful, popular, strong and unwavering revolution reflected in the thoughts of Islamic Revolution’s great leaders Imam Khomeini and Imam Khamenei.”

“Many years ago we reached a great reassuring power of deterrence and all elements of our power is dramatically enhanced today,” Maj. Gen. Jafari said addressing the meeting in Tehran on Wednesday.

Pointing to the regional consequences of resistance of the Islamic Revolution against global imperialism and arrogance, Maj. Gen. Jafari said the power and strength of the Islamic Revolution had thwarted the objectives and strategies sought by hegemonic powers in Syria, had taken the initiative in Iraq and had revived the Bahraini and Yemeni revolutions.

“Today our negotiators’ confidence is undoubtedly rooted in the recognized defensive power, the security and Iranian nation,” Major General Jafari added.

IRGC Commander said that “today, the Americans are in a strategic deadlock and have experienced all possible options and strategies against the Islamic Revolution, but couldn’t reach their preferred targets.”

“The US capabilities can no longer be further expanded and their potential for modification is reached the last level, meaning that the US is left with no more option but acknowledging Iran’s true power,” he added.

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