The chief commander of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) says it could be said almost with certainty that Iran has achieved all the cutting-edge military technologies that exist in the world today.
Speaking at a ceremony on Tuesday, Major General Hossein Salami said the technologies, which have been developed through reliance on domestic know-how, had been extended to all military divisions of the country.
“We have piled up power required to defeat the enemies,” he said.
The IRGC commander said when the country’s forces enjoy courageous and sacrificial spirits, they will be able to implement so complex plans that the enemies cannot even imagine.
He added, however, that many of the sciences required to win the war are born in the war itself, and that every successful military tactic can be effective only once.
The needed element of surprise on the battlefield depends on sciences and technologies which are beyond the enemy’s power of calculation and which the enemy has not yet experienced, Salami said.
According to a report, The commander of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) said Iran has obtained all modern technologies in military industries.
Iran can say with certainty that it has acquired all modern military technologies with reliance on the knowledge and insight of its own people, Major General Hossein Salami said at a conference on Tuesday.
The IRGC chief said such technologies have been employed by all military units, adding, “We have accumulated power to defeat the enemy.”
Commenting on the wars of the modern age, the general said that surprising the enemy today hinges on the technologies and apparatuses which are beyond the enemy’s calculation power and with which the adversaries have no prior experience of confrontation.
In May 2020, the senior general warned enemies against any military adventurism targeting Iran, stressing that a major part of the Islamic Republic’s maritime power is “unknown” to others.
He ruled out the possibility of a war against Iran, saying the enemy has become disappointed with military action on the Islamic Republic.