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Iran threatens to destroy any reconnaissance vehicles in the area of ​​exercises with Russia

TEHRAN, (BM) – Any reconnaissance vehicles in the area of ​​the Iran, Russia and China exercises will be destroyed, learned BulgarianMilitary.com, according statement of deputy commander and head of the Iranian army headquarters, Habibullah Sayari.

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According to Sayari, many states “would like to know what is happening there,” so that “scouts have activated.” However, according to him, “joint exercises are not jokes, and we are not joking.” Iran stressed that “any apparatus, both swimming and flying, will be shot down in the area of ​​the exercises.”

“Earlier we demonstrated this,” RIA Novosti reports with reference to Tasnim.

Sayari assured that the naval exercises of the three countries, “The Maritime Safety Belt”, “are certainly not the last.” He said that the participants determine the methods that will allow in the future to repeat such teachings.

According to Sayari, participation in joint exercises does not mean that Iran, Russia and China are going to form a coalition,

Joint maneuvers of the naval forces of Iran, Russia and China started on December 27 in the northern Indian Ocean and the Gulf of Oman. The exercises will last until December 30.

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US Defense Department spokesman Sean Robertson said the United States will oversee the exercises.

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