The commander in Chief of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps says the force will continue expanding its capabilities, reiterating “that nobody will be allowed to interfere in the internal affairs of Iran.”
Major General Hossein Salami said his forces have obtained modern naval technologies, adding that the forces have managed to enhance the quality of combat vessels.
In comments during a visit to a naval base in Iran’s northern province of Gilan on Sunday, Major General Hossein Salami said the IRGC has expanded its capabilities in the sea and has come into possession of modern naval technologies.
Referring to military boats as the dynamic infrastructure of Iran’s naval power, the commander said the IRGC has the technology to improve the quality of combat vessels.
“The (military) vessels that constitute the real nature of our tactic have strategic messages in the sea,” he noted.
The process of enhancement of the IRGC’s capabilities is unstoppable, the general added, stressing that nobody will be allowed to interfere in the internal affairs of Iran.
In remarks last month, the commander said that the IRGC naval forces are fully prepared to show a tough and rapid response to any enemy in the Persian Gulf region.
Regarding the IRGC navy’s defensive and offensive capabilities, in the field of navigation, the commander said that the navy force has experienced significant progress in increasing the speed of its speedboats close to one hundred knots.