PANAGYURISHTE, (BM) – Your briefly report on August 2 in last twelve hours from BulgarianMilitary.com:
IRGC warns US against targeting Iran
“If the United States makes any mistakes against Iran, it will confront Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps throughout the region,” the IRGC’s head of the political bureau warned yesterday, MEMO reported.
Yadollah Javani said that Tehran had informed US and Israel that they would confront IRHC forces “from the eastern Mediterranean to the Red Sea, the Arabian Sea and the Gulf of Aden if they launch any aggression against Iran.”
“There will never be a US naval alliance in the Gulf or any of the region’s countries,” Javani said, adding that the Iranian forces were “the Gulf’s security guardian.”
Washington recently said it would form “an international alliance” to secure navigation routes in the Gulf region, especially in the straits of Hormuz and Bab Al-Mandeb.
Syrian Media: Israeli Missile Hits Quneitra
An Israeli missile struck Syria’s Quneitra province, near the Golan Heights border with Israel, Israel Defense reported.
State news agency SANA described it as “an Israeli attack” that caused only material damages.
Hezbollah’s Al Manar television channel cited Syrian state media as saying that the attack struck Tel Bariqa, a suburb of Quneitra, and that no one was injured.
The Al Majd Hadith TV channel reported that Hezbollah militants were identified in the area before the strike.
North Korea launches were new ballistic missiles – South Korea
The latest projectiles launched by North Korea on Friday appeared to be new short-range ballistic missiles, South Korea’s government said on Friday, Reuters reported.
The missiles flew 220 km (135 miles) and reached an altitude of 25 km (15 miles), the Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS) in Seoul said.
The projectiles were fired at 2:59 a.m. (1759 GMT Thursday) and 3:23 a.m. (1823 GMT Thursday) from Yonghung, South Hamgyong Province, into the East Sea, the JCS said.
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Source: Reuters, MEMO