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Iran considers naval bases in Yemen, Syria

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Iran's semi-official Tasnim news agency is reporting that the country's chief of staff of the armed forces has said that Tehran is interested in setting up naval bases in both Syria and Yemen.

The today report by Tasnim quotes Gen Mohammad Hossein Bagheri as saying, "Maybe, at some point we will need bases on the shores of Yemen and Syria."



He said "Having naval bases in remote distances is not less than nuclear power. It is ten times more important and creates deterrence."

Gen Bagheri added that setting up naval platforms off the shores of those countries requires "infrastructures there first."

is currently helping Shiite rebels in Yemen and the Syrian government in their fights against the Islamic State extremist group.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Iran considers naval bases in Yemen, Syria

Iran's semi-official Tasnim news agency is reporting that the country's chief of staff of the armed forces has said that Tehran is interested in setting up naval bases in both Syria and Yemen. The today report by Tasnim quotes Gen Mohammad Hossein Bagheri as saying, "Maybe, at some point we will need bases on the shores of Yemen and Syria." He said "Having naval bases in remote distances is not less than nuclear power. It is ten times more important and creates deterrence." Gen Bagheri added that setting up naval platforms off the shores of those countries requires "infrastructures there first." Iran is currently helping Shiite rebels in Yemen and the Syrian government in their fights against the Islamic State extremist group. Iran's semi-official Tasnim news agency is reporting that the country's chief of staff of the armed forces has said that Tehran is interested in setting up naval bases in both Syria and Yemen.

The today report by Tasnim quotes Gen Mohammad Hossein Bagheri as saying, "Maybe, at some point we will need bases on the shores of Yemen and Syria."

He said "Having naval bases in remote distances is not less than nuclear power. It is ten times more important and creates deterrence."

Gen Bagheri added that setting up naval platforms off the shores of those countries requires "infrastructures there first."

is currently helping Shiite rebels in Yemen and the Syrian government in their fights against the Islamic State extremist group.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Iran considers naval bases in Yemen, Syria

Iran's semi-official Tasnim news agency is reporting that the country's chief of staff of the armed forces has said that Tehran is interested in setting up naval bases in both Syria and Yemen.

The today report by Tasnim quotes Gen Mohammad Hossein Bagheri as saying, "Maybe, at some point we will need bases on the shores of Yemen and Syria."

He said "Having naval bases in remote distances is not less than nuclear power. It is ten times more important and creates deterrence."

Gen Bagheri added that setting up naval platforms off the shores of those countries requires "infrastructures there first."

is currently helping Shiite rebels in Yemen and the Syrian government in their fights against the Islamic State extremist group.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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