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Iran, China and Russia will send a message to the world & # 39; with very first joint war exercises

Iran, China and Russia will send a message to the world & # 39; with very first joint war exercises

  • The marines of Iran, China and Russia hold joint war games in the Indian Ocean
  • Admiral Hussein Khanzadi said the exercises & # 39; in the near future & # 39; would take place
  • Iran hopes for & # 39; collective security & # 39; amidst maritime tensions in the Middle East

Iran, Russia and China will hold their very first joint military exercises in a show of power to the West.

Admiral Hussein Khanzadi revealed yesterday that the three navies in the & # 39; near future & # 39; military exercises in the northern Indian Ocean.

The design and planning of the exercises took place last month and troops are already preparing for the exercise, he said.

The joint operation will send & # 39; a message to the world & # 39 ;, Khanzadi said through the semi-official news agency Mehr.

Iran, Russia and China will hold their very first joint military exercises in a show of power to the West (photo, an Iranian destroyer at sea in the Persian Gulf)

Iran, Russia and China will hold their very first joint military exercises in a show of power to the West (photo, an Iranian destroyer at sea in the Persian Gulf)

Iran's cooperation with Russia and China should & # 39; collective security & # 39; in the sea, said Khanzadi, after a summer of maritime tensions in the Middle East.

& # 39; A joint war game between different countries, on land, at sea or in the air, points to a notable expansion of the collaboration & # 39 ;, he said.

& # 39; (The exercises) carry the same message to the world that these three countries have reached a meaningful strategic point in their relationships.

& # 39; The wargame wants to convey this message to the world that any form of maritime safety must include the interests of all the countries involved.

& # 39; We cannot accept the type of security that only supports the benefits of a specific country at a particular time and that ignores the safety of others. & # 39;

Khanzadi made the announcement on the Navy Day of the country, celebrating an Iranian naval success during the war between Iran and Iraq in 1980.

The naval exercises come after a tense summer in which Gulf tankers and Saudi oil facilities were hit by a series of mysterious attacks that blamed the US on Iran.

Iran's joint operation will send a message to the world & # 39 ;, the regime hopes (photo, Iranian leader Hassan Rouhani)

Iran's joint operation will send a message to the world & # 39 ;, the regime hopes (photo, Iranian leader Hassan Rouhani)

Iran's joint operation will send a message to the world & # 39 ;, the regime hopes (photo, Iranian leader Hassan Rouhani)

In addition, Tehran seized a ship under the British flag in apparent retribution for the capture of an Iranian tanker for Gibraltar.

It led to tensions in the Middle East that escalated alarmingly when both Britain and America strengthened their military presence in the region.

Experts have warned that a crisis in the critical Strait of Hormuz can endanger the world's oil supply.

Trump stopped air strikes against Iran at the last minute in June after the Islamic Republic had crushed an American drowning.

Moreover, in recent months Iran has been further and further removed from its nuclear pact with the West after Donald Trump left the deal last year.

Last month, the head of Iran's nuclear program announced that the country now had 60 banned IR-6 centrifuges, twice as many as before.

Last summer, Tehran grabbed a ship under British flag in sham for the capture of the Iranian tanker Grace 1 (photo) for Gibraltar

Last summer, Tehran grabbed a ship under British flag in sham for the capture of the Iranian tanker Grace 1 (photo) for Gibraltar

Last summer, Tehran grabbed a ship under British flag in sham for the capture of the Iranian tanker Grace 1 (photo) for Gibraltar

The centrifuges can enrich uranium 10 times faster than the technology of the first generation that Iran is allowed under the deal.

In addition, President Hassan Rouhani said Tehran was going to inject uranium gas into more than 1,000 centrifuges in a closed factory in another violation of the deal.

Experts fear that technology could enable Iran to produce nuclear weapons within less than a year if it chooses.

Washington re-imposed sanctions against Iran last year that had been suspended under the agreement, paralyzing the Iranian economy.

Iran has argued for Europe's help in avoiding sanctions, but efforts by Great Britain, France and Germany have largely failed.

Tehran has taken revenge with a number of provocative steps to break the nuclear deal in the hope of forcing Europe to help.

Iran has denied ever seeking nuclear weapons, and insisted that its nuclear program be for completely peaceful purposes.

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