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Iran called Washington’s “posturing” threats to expand the military contingent in Saudi Arabia and the UAE. Not afraid of troops: Iran accused the USA of posturing

Not afraid of troops: Iran accused the USA of posturing



Iran called Washington’s “posturing” threats to expand the military contingent in Saudi Arabia and the UAE. Washington indicated that Saudi Arabia requested support in protecting the kingdom’s critical infrastructure after attacks on its oil facilities.


Washington’s threats of expanding its military presence in Saudi Arabia and the UAE are “posturing,” said Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif. According to him, the solution to the problem with the attack of drones of unclear ownership on the oil facilities of the Saudis "is moving in the wrong direction," FAN reports.

On Saturday morning, September 14, it was reported that strikes of 10 drones caused fires at one of the world's largest refineries, Abkeyk, which is located 60 km southwest of Dahran in eastern Saudi Arabia. Another attack was carried out on the second-largest oil field in the country of Khurais. The Hussites said the attack was a response to the destructive actions of the Saudi authorities.


The United States later stated that the attack on Saudi oil facilities was carried out not only with drones but also with cruise missiles - and the American delegation will provide evidence to this to the international community at the UN General Assembly. Moreover, according to Washington, the launch of missiles was carried out from Iran. According to CNN, launches were conducted from the southern part of the country.
It soon became known that the Pentagon will expand its contingent in the Middle East - this was announced in a press conference by US Secretary of Defense Mark Esper and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, General Joseph Dunford, who accused Iran of creating a threat in the region.

They indicated that Saudi Arabia requested international support to help protect the kingdom’s critical infrastructure after attacks on its oil facilities. The United Arab Emirates also sought help.
In response to this, Iran said that in the event of hostilities by the United States, the country's armed forces would strike at American military infrastructure facilities located in the Persian Gulf, according to the NSN.
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"Everyone should know that American military bases and aircraft carriers, which are located within a radius of two thousand kilometres from Iran, are within the reach of our missiles."
- said the commander of the aerospace forces of the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps Amir Ali Hajizade, adding that Iran is always ready for a "full-fledged war."
Iran also promised to bring down UAVs that violate its airspace. This was stated in a statement by Brigadier General Hossein Salami, commander of the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC, elite units of the Iranian Armed Forces). According to Salami, the country's leadership is determined on the invasion of foreign drones.
“Anyone who wants to do this, his territory will turn into the main field of military confrontation. We will never allow war to spread onto our territory, ”the military said.
At the same time, he emphasized that Iran is among the countries that have the best opportunities for intercepting UAVs.
Against the background of what is happening, the head of the White House, Donald Trump, said that the United States will not give a military response to Iran’s attack against Saudi Arabia, limiting itself to financial sanctions against Tehran.
% “The easiest thing I could do was destroy the 15 most significant targets in Iran. I could do it right now, before your eyes. But I think that the reaction of a strong person and a demonstration of power will be a manifestation of restraint, ”the US president added.
At the same time, the American leader warned that Washington is “in full combat readiness” and is ready to oppose those who attacked. He also urged Riyadh to independently indicate those who carried out the attack and tell the United States how they should act. At the same time, he noted that the United States is better prepared for the war, having spent $ 1 trillion on weapons.
Iran’s supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, said Tehran would not negotiate with Washington at any level.
"The policy of maximum pressure on the Iranian nation is not worth a penny, and officials of the Islamic Republic are united in the belief that there will be no negotiations with the US at any level," Khamenei said.
According to him, negotiations with the United States will mean the success of the American policy of maximum pressure on Iran.

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