Iran has drones with a range of 7,000 kilometers, the country’s local media reported earlier today (Sunday), quoting the Revolutionary Guards commander Hussein Salami. “They can fly, go home and make a landing anywhere planned,” Salami said.
The remarks of the Commander of the Revolutionary Guards may appear to the United States, Israel and Western countries as a threat to regional stability, while the Islamic Republic is currently in talks with the powers to revive the 2015 nuclear deal, which former US President Donald Trump withdrew three years ago It was reported yesterday that the Biden administration is positively considering lifting sanctions on Tehran.
Western military sources say that Iran sometimes exaggerates in describing its military capabilities, but drones are a key element in monitoring Tehran’s borders, especially in the waters of the Persian Gulf, around the Strait of Hormuz, through which one-fifth of the world’s oil supply passes.
Intended by the President of the United States Joe Biden, To revive and expand the nuclear deal, to put greater restrictions on Iran’s nuclear and missile programs, as well as to limit its activities. To date, Tehran has ruled out any negotiations on ballistic missiles and Iran’s role in the Middle East.