News ID: 107883
Publish Date : 16 October 2022 - 21:31

TEHRAN -- An advisor to the commander-in-chief of the Iranian armed forces said Sunday the enemies of Iran have failed in their effort to stoke an all-out war in the country due to vigilance of its people.
Brigadier General Amir Hatami told a military ceremony here that being prepared and getting powerful are the best solutions to keep the country away from a possible war.
“Didn’t enemies want to mire us in a war like Syria, Libya, Yemen, Iraq and Afghanistan? They want to do it even now, but why they failed? Because we have been, and continue to be, ready and vigilant,” he said.
“When they want to impose a war, they make calculations first, and if it is not in their benefit, they won’t start a war.
“We must take good advantage of science and technology to establish security in the country. We have used technology in the field of air defense. If we want to be successful in possible future wars, we must pay due attention to technology and science,” he said.
Earlier this month, President Ebrahim Raisi said Iran has managed to take the path of progress despite all the threats and sanctions, noting that Iran’s forward movement has infuriated the enemy.
Raisi hailed the vigilance of the Iranian people in the face of the enemy’s plots during recent foreign-backed riots across the country, which erupted following the death of a young Iranian woman at hospital days after collapsing at a police station in the capital Tehran.
Raisi said the presence of millions of Iranians in the scene in support of the country’s values and their expression of hatred towards the rioters foiled the enemy’s conspiracies.

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