The country’s Revolutionary Guard spokesman says the game was designed to respond to threats posed by recent Israeli incidents.
Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) has detonated 16 artillery shells from the ground up at the end of five days of military training, which military officials say is a warning to Israel’s main enemy.
The IRNA news agency on Friday reported that the names of the weapons fired during the war in the south were Emad, Ghadr, Sejjil, Zalzal, Dezful and Zolfaghar and that their distances ranged between 350km and 2,000km (220-1,250 miles). ).
It also said that the missiles hit well one target at a time while 10 drones hit what they wanted. State TV showed cannons flying in the desert.
“These actions are designed to support the threat of recent incidents by the Zionist government,” Iran’s army chief Major General Mohammad Bagheri told state television.
“16 arrows aimed at the chosen people. In doing so, a portion of the Iranian weapons that could have destroyed the country that attempted to invade Iran was deployed, “he added.
Military training called Payambar-e-Azam, or “The Great Prophet”, began Monday in the Bushhr, Hormozgan and Khuzestan provinces, which affect the Gulf.
“The military … is a great warning to Zionist government officials,” said IRGC chief Major General Hossein Salami. “Make a little mistake, we will cut off their hand.”
Bennett has accused Iran of “nuclear weapons fraud” and said the proceeds from sanctions could be used to target Israeli weapons.
Israeli leaders also spoke of beating Iran.
Iran says it only wants to make a a nuclear nuclear program, but Westerners say that its rich uranium reserves could be used to develop nuclear weapons.
Former President Donald Trump has pulled the US out of the nuclear deal and reinstated sanctions on Iran in 2018.
Tehran has also begun to enrich uranium up to 60 percent purity – a short technical phase from the 90 percent needed to make an atomic bomb.