Iran’s Interior Minister said the country will not tolerate insecurity at its borders and give stronger warnings if any mortar attack on borders of country is continued.
Highest-ranking military commanders from Iran and Pakistan have discussed ways to enhance security at the common border and prevent terrorist attacks.
An Iranian border guard was martyred and another one was wounded in a clash with a terrorist group at the western borders of Iran, near Marivan county in Kordestan province.
Referring to the development of security at Iran’s maritime boundary, Police Chief Brigadier General Hossein Ashtari said that maritime boundary of the country enjoys a very good security.
Commander of Iran’s Army Major General Seyyed Abdolrahim Mousavi praised the role of Army in providing the country's borders with security, noting that due to security considerations, not all measures of the Army are disclosed to the media.
Chief of Staff of the Iranian Armed Forces Major General Mohammad Hossein Bagheri said Wednesday that a harsh response awaits those who intend to undermine the security of Iran’s borders.
In a series of meetings between the governor of northwestern Iranian governorate of Khoy and the provincial governor of Turkey’s Van, the two sides stressed increasing all-out relations, especially in trade fields.
During a joint press conference in Tehran Mon., Iranian president and Pakistani prime minister agreed to set up a rapid reaction force on the shared borders and boost trade cooperation.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said Mon. that his government is ready to increase its electricity exports to neighboring Pakistan by 10 times.
An official with Kurdestan province’s governorate said that after an armed conflict with some gunmen on Sunday evening in Baneh border region, one of the border guards has been martyred.