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The latest news and views about the security of Iranian borders

IRGC Clashes with Terrorist Cell in Northwestern Iran

The Islamic Revolution Guards Corps says it has dismantled a terrorist cell affiliated with the “global arrogance” that intended to infiltrate into the northwestern borders of the country.

US Sanctions Hindering Fight against Narcotics: Iran

Iran’s Foreign Minister Moammad Javad Zarif says the US and certain western countries are hindering the fight against narcotics, and thus are responsible for the consequences.

‘Europe Not Doing Enough to Help Iran Fight Narcotics’

Iran says it is paying a very high cost in its years-long war on drugs and the smuggling of narcotics from Afghanistan, but the Europeans are not contributing enough.

Iran Strongly Condemns Attack on Hotel in Pakistan’s Gwadar

Iran’s Foreign Ministry spokesman has strongly denounced a deadly terrorist attack on a hotel in the Pakistani port city of Gwadar.

All-Iranian X-Ray Machine Developed by Researchers

A group of Iranian researchers have developed a fully-homegrown X-ray machine, and a plan is in the offing to export the product.

Pakistan Steps Up Security Along Border with Iran

Pakistan has increased the number of its security forces along its joint border with Iran as part of a bilateral agreement to step up security in the region, said Major General Asif Ghafoor, the Spokesman of Pakistan’s Army.

Leader: Terror Groups Trying to ‘Contaminate’ Iran-Pakistan Ties

The Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei says terrorist groups backed by enemies of Iran and Pakistan seek to cause tension in the two countries' relations, adding that mutual relations must be bolstered in spite of the enemies’ will.

Iran, Pakistan to Form Joint Rapid Reaction Force at Common Borders

Tehran and Islamabad have announced they have agreed to expand their mutual cooperation in ensuring the security of common borders by establishing a joint Rapid Reaction force.

Families of Iranian Terror Victims Pen Letter to Pakistani PM

An Iranian organization representing the families of Iranian victims of terrorism has pleaded with Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan to enact stricter security measures on Pakistan’s border with Iran to prevent Pakistani-based terrorists from attempting attacks on Iranian territory.

‘Iran Ready for Anti-Terror Cooperation with Pakistan’

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif says Iran is prepared to work with Pakistan in fight against terrorism, amid the recent terror attack in south-western Pakistan, which killed 14 members of the country’s armed forces.

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