The Iranian Army moves to guard the eastern borders from Daesh

ID : N-5089 Date : 2019/04/15 - 15:20

(Persia Digest) - Commander of Iran's Army Ground Forces Brigadier General Kioomars Heidari said on Monday that forces of the Iranian Army have been deployed to the eastern borders because of ISIL movements in Afghanistan, reports Mehr News.

“Today, the Army is present at the western, southwestern and eastern borders. Due to the transfer of ISIL terrorists to Afghanistan by the United States, the General Staff of Iranian Armed Forces decided that the Army also needed to be present at tha eastern borders of the country,” Heidari told reporters at a Monday press conference in Tehran.

On February 15, following the trilateral Sochi summit on Syria, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani had warned about the dangers of ISIL activities in Afghanistan, voicing concern over the transfer of a part of ISIL terrorists to Afghanistan by the US, "because such a move can pose threats for the entire Central Asian region and other parts of the world.”


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Elsewhere in his remarks, Heidari said that Army Ground Forces will unveil new achievements on April 18, which marks the national Army day. He went on to say those achievements will be in different areas including UAVs, armored vehicles, anti-armored missiles, quadcopters, and tank optimization.

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