A Saudi prince responds to the statement “Iranian underground missile cities along the Gulf”

A Saudi prince responds to the statement “Iranian underground missile cities along the Gulf”
A Saudi prince responds to the statement “Iranian underground missile cities along the Gulf”

Dubai, United Arab Emirates (CNN) – The Saudi Prince, Sattam bin Khalid Al Saud, responded to a statement made by Ali Reza Tansiri, commander of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards’ naval force, about “the existence of underground missile cities located along the coasts of the Gulf and the Sea of ​​Oman and extended in width over the A distance of more than 70 kilometers from the coast inland.

Prince Sattam said in a tweet: “These statements are a threat to the countries of the world to pass the nuclear agreement, and they are an inevitable and expected result of these countries’ negligence in dealing with the Iranian file. their economic interests in Iran.

Tansiri’s statements came in an interview with the Iranian Al-Alam channel and carried by the semi-official Iranian Fars News Agency, where he said: “The underground missile cities are located along the coasts of the Persian Gulf and the Sea of ​​Oman and extend in width at a distance of more than 70 km from the coast inward, and they are fully armed. What we showed was only a small part of these underground cities for the enemies to see.

He added: “I have a question here. Is the sound mind of an intelligent people like the Iranian people who produced vaccines against Corona and made weapons and missiles and everything you think about, is it reasonable for him to display all his capabilities and capabilities? In fact, we presented part of these capabilities before the eyes of the enemies, and the goal It is for them to see our military capabilities. Our missiles can be launched from their positions in these underground cities, not only missile cities but also floating cities.”

 
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