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Iran’s Revolutionary Guards : Yesterday we had a successful missile test

Iran's Revolutionary Guards : Yesterday we had a successful missile test

Iranian TV corrected a media report about a new missile test, on Friday He stressed that the commander of the Revolutionary Guards, by his statement, meant the “Power-373” system, which was revealed by Tehran on Thursday.

This correction comes after the Iranian Revolutionary Guard announced today, Saturday, that the Islamic Republic conducted a successful missile test on Friday.

Iranian TV news agency quoted the commander of the Revolutionary Guards Major General Hossein Salami, He said:  Our country has always been an arena for testing various defense and strategic systems. These tests are continuing without interruption in the context of strengthening our deterrence capabilities Yesterday was one of the successful days for the Iranian people in this field.”

Salami said, Iran is “always testing different defense and strategic systems.” As part of its continuous approach to strengthening its deterrence power.

Iranian television confirmed today that the commander of the Revolutionary Guards intended by his statement the “Power-373” air defense system, which was revealed by Tehran on Thursday. Not a new missile test

If a foreign prime minister does that at Buckingham Palace.” Another wrote: “They don’t seem to teach good manners at Eton (a prestigious British university that Johnson graduated from).” In France, one user commented on Twitter: “These are class actions. In Britain, in the style of Boris Johnson. Another French user said: “You see how the Queen sees what happened.” And politicians in Britain did not see the humorous side in what the British Prime Minister did.
Alistair Campbell said,, Director of Communications in the Office of Former Prime Minister Tony Blair, It is embarrassing for the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom to take this long to meet the German chancellor and the French president and then put his foot on the president’s table.”
He added: “Maybe it seems a frivolous act, But it shows a lot of arrogance and disrespect.” But Tom Rayner, Sky News reporter, He said it was no more than a joke between the two leaders.
The French media also highlighted this event.
The headline of the French newspaper Le Parisien: “Reactions on the Internet are often hasty – and sometimes exaggerated.” Boris Johnson did not insult France by placing his foot on a table in front of Emmanuel Macron.” Who is Boris Johnson, who is of Turkish descent? The newspaper pointed out that what happened was a mutual banter. She added: “Reactions on the Internet are often hasty – and sometimes exaggerated.”
The French weekly Le Nouvel Observateur also focused on the humorous side of the event. In the eyes of the French media, at least , It seems that the prime minister has not gone beyond the bounds of decency.

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