Iran needs no permission to develop defense might: MoD

TEHRAN, Sep. 23 (MNA) – Iran’s defense minister has said talking with threatening tone and mischief does not have any effect on the will of Iranian officials, but will make us more determined to continue.

“Different missiles and ground combat weaponries, along with our air defense and marine combat systems, are all made in Iran and our ready-to-service experts will continue this path robustly,” said Brigadier General Amir Hatami, the Defense Minister of the Islamic Republic of Iran.

The Iranian minister made the remarks in a ceremony on Saturday, which marked the beginning of the annual Sacred Defense Week in Iran.

“Our defensive plans, tactics, and techniques are consistent with the kinds of threats we face and the country’s geopolitical situation,” declared the General.

He underlined that Iran's defensive policies are for deterence aims and Iran will not bend to any threat, sanction, or pressure.

Saying that the geography of Iran is complex and wonderful, the minister noted, “the defense ministry develops its weaponry in accordance with what goes in the mind of enemies.”  

“We guard vigorously the security of the Islamic Iran and the rhetoric of threat and incivility not only has no effects on the will of Iranian officials but also strengthens our determination to progress,” highlighted the senior official.

Iran will continue reinforcement of its defense power as long as the rhetoric of some countries is one of threat," the Iranian defense minister said, adding that, “Iran will not seek permission from any country to produce missiles, and land, naval, and aerial defense weapons.”


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