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TEHRAN: US aircraft carrier in the Gulf has been hit by missiles

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TEHRAN: US aircraft carrier in the Gulf has been hit by missiles

Post by RamblerNash on Sat Dec 22, 2018 9:11 pm

TEHRAN: US aircraft carrier in the Gulf has been hit by missiles

Saturday 22 December

Baghdad -
An official in the Iranian Defense Ministry on Saturday denied the launch of a missile or a missile towards the US aircraft carrier in the Gulf yesterday.

"Iran's Revolutionary Guard boats approached US aircraft carrier John Stennis as they entered the Strait of Hormuz yesterday," Admiral Amir Rastakari, head of Iran's Marine Industries Corporation, said.

Rastakari confirmed that the Revolutionary Guard had launched a missile and a missile, but at the same time denied that it was intended to target the US aircraft carrier, but was part of the exercises carried out by the Revolutionary Guards in the region.

He stressed that the proximity of the Revolutionary Guard boats from the aircraft carrier was in accordance with maritime customs to identify the time of entry and exit of vessels from the Strait of Hormuz and the state and its destination.

He added that the US aircraft carrier responded to the questions of the Revolutionary Guard and passed its course peacefully and is now completing its course, saying that talking about the targeting of the guard aircraft carrier aircraft march or launch missiles, "an attempt to demonize Iran ."

The Associated Press reported yesterday that ships belonging to the Iranian Revolutionary Guards fired missiles at the US aircraft carrier John Stennis, which entered the waters of the Gulf for the first time since 2001.


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