Iran notified Washington that it’s ready to strike without warning

TEHRAN, (BM) – Five Iranian tankers loaded with refined oil entered the waters of the Atlantic Ocean and are currently heading in the direction of Venezuela, learned citing news agency Aviapro.

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Against the backdrop of harsh statements from Washington, official Tehran sent the United States an unequivocal warning of its readiness to respond harshly in the event of an attack on oil tankers.

This obviously implies the launch of missile strikes on American military facilities and ships located in close proximity to the Islamic republics.

“The US government is responsible for the consequences of any kind of illegal actions, stressing that Iran has the right to take the necessary measures to counter these threats,” said Mohammad Javad Zarif, head of the Foreign Ministry of the Islamic Republic of Iran, in an appeal to UN Secretary General Anthony Guterrish.

It should be clarified that the United States did impose sanctions against Iran and Venezuela, however, due to the fact that it was not supported by other countries, the Islamic Republic has every reason not to obey the sanctions.

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Earlier, Iran successfully demonstrated its readiness to launch missile strikes on American military facilities, including on the territory of neighboring states, in connection with which, there is virtually no doubt that Tehran will take the most radical steps.


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