DUBAI – The Iranian naval chief warned the United States on Monday that Iranian forces could launch more surveillance drones if they violate the country's airspace when Foreign Minister Mike Pompeo talks to Arab allies in Persian Golf came to Saudi Arabia.
"The enemy sent his most refined. , , and most complicated surveillance aircraft "to spy on Iran and" everyone saw the drone being dropped, "counter administrator Hossein Khanzadi said Monday, referring to the US Navy RQ-4A Global Hawk drone shot down by Iran last week
Such an answer from Iran "can always be repeated," Tasnim reported, "and the enemy knows it."
The Commander's remarks came under diplomatic pressure from the Trump administration, regional allies in On Sunday, Pompeo said that he was planning to rally a coalition against Iran, saying that the United States has launched a "maximum pressure campaign" to isolate Iran and repress its influence in the region.
Tensions have decreased in the last few weeks too, after a series of attacks on commercial tankers near the Strait of Hormuz, an important water had been committed for worldwide oil shipping. The United States blamed Iran for the attacks, an indictment of Iranian officials.
President Trump said last week that he had approved a military strike on Iran in response to the fall of the drone, but had canceled the mission at the last minute to prevent Iranian casualties.
Iranian Foreign Ministry Minister Brian Hook was in the capital of Oman, Muscat, on Monday to discuss Iran, including efforts to build a multinational force to improve maritime security in the Persian Gulf, he said in a telephone conference with reporters.
Later on Monday, Trump lamented on Twitter that the United States was protecting "the shipping lanes" in the strait for "other countries". , , for a compensation of zero. "
" All these countries were to protect their own ships on whatever was. , , A dangerous journey, "he said.