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Iran minimizes attack on Israel and compares it to a “child’s game”

Iran minimizes attack on Israel and compares it to a “child’s game”

The Iranian minister of External relationships This Saturday, he downplayed the alleged Israeli attack on Friday, and stated that Tehran will only react if Iranian “interests” are attacked. On Friday, Iranian state media reported explosions at dawn near a military base in the Isfahan areain the center of the country, due to the “successful” downing of small drones by the anti-aircraft defense system.

North American media stated, citing senior officials, that Israel had responded like this to Tehran in retaliation for the missile and drone attack on April 13th.

What happened last night was not an attack“, He said Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir Abdollahian to NBC News late Friday.

It was a flight of two or three quadrotors, like the toys our children have fun with in Iran“, he claimed.

As long as there are no new adventures of the israeli regime against Iranian interests, we will not respond“, clarified the minister.

But “if he israeli regime intends to take another action against our interests, our next response will be immediate and maximum”Amir Abdollahian warned.

Friday’s explosions sparked a wave of international calls for calm, in a region under tension since October 7 due to the Gaza war between Israel and the Palestinian Islamist movement Hamaswhich has the support of Tehran.

The Israeli authorities They have not publicly commented on Friday’s incident in central Iran, and according to analysts, both sides are interested in calming the situation, at least for the moment.

On the night of April 13, Iran launched an unprecedented drone and missile attack against Israeli territory, although the vast majority of projectiles were intercepted by the Israeli air defense and several friendly countries such as the United States, Jordan and France.

Tehran presented this operation as an act of “self defense”, in response to the bombing of his consulate in Damascus on April 1.

In this attack, attributed to Israelseven members of the Revolutionary Guards were killed, including Brigadier General Mohamad Reza Zahedi, head for Syria and Lebanon of the elite Al Quds unit, in charge of the Iranian government’s foreign operations.

Source: Gestion

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