Commander of the Islamic Revolution Guard Corps Major General Mohammad Ali Jafari referred to recent missile attack on terrorist positions in Iraqi Kurdistan saying it was a warning to all terrorists within the radius of 2000 km.
Jafari made the remarks in an interview with Lebanese TV Chnnel ‘Al-Manar’ Thursday.
Earlier IRGC announced the firing of seven missiles at the base of the terrorists following a missile attack on the position and gathering of one of the terrorist groups on Saturday.
The Islamic Revolution Guards Corps in a statement explained the missile strike on Saturday against the location and meeting of the terrorist groups commanders, and emphasized, ‘The sons of the Iranian nation in the army and other armed forces and intelligence and security institutions, determined to protect borders of Iran, and the repetition of evil acts by terrorists hired by the enemies is facing more harsher responses.’
The IRGC said in its statement, ‘In the wake of the recent evil acts by the terrorist groups affiliated to the global arrogance in the recent months from the Iraqi Kurdistan region against the border areas of Iran by sending various terrorist teams, creating insecurity and committing acts of sabotage to disturb the security and calm of people in the provinces of West Azerbaijan, Kurdestan and Kermanshah, punishing the terrorists was put on the agenda of IRGC.
Jafari urged all these terrorists and bases to be aware of Iranian missiles’ precision.
US plots to sow discord among different ethnic groups in Iran have failed, Jafari reiterated.