Iran urgently deployed dozens of missile systems on the coast of Strait of Hormuz

TEHRAN, (BM) – After aggressive statements from the United States to the official Tehran, Iranian authorities deployed dozens of missile systems along the coastline of the entire Strait of Hormuz, threatening the United States with stopping the movement of any ships across the Strait of Hormuz, learned according information from some local sources.

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In the video made a few days ago [Twitter account], you can see that Tehran’s intentions are very serious, since with the small width of the Strait of Hormuz, Iran will easily gain control over the entire passage,

Iran has long-range air defense systems capable of hitting planes and drones within a radius of 180-200 kilometers, which indicates the willingness of the Islamic Republic to start a war with the United States despite the worldwide coronavirus pandemic.

It should be clarified that Donald Trump had previously stated that Iran would pay a high price for the attack on the US military in neighboring Iraq, although Trump did not show any evidence of the direct involvement of official Tehran in the attacks on the US military.

Nevertheless, given the withdrawal of American aircraft carriers, on board of which cases of infection with coronavirus infection were recorded, the United States actually remains without significant force.

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According to experts, this is the second round of tension in relations between the United States and Iran since the beginning of this year.


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