The Iranian elite Corps of the Revolutionary Guard said on Thursday that he had dropped an American "spy plane" over its territory after violating Iran's airspace, according to Iran's state television.
of its Air Force, "in the southern coastal province of Hormozgan, added the Revolutionary Guards, according to the television press in English
State TV did not provide photographs of the unmanned aircraft. commented when an unmanned aircraft was shot down.
However, he told the Associated Press: "There is no unmanned airplane over Iranian territory." And the US last year when President Donald Trump withdrew from the nuclear (1
Tehran denied participation, and instead proposed Washington to be the author of the attacks using the operation to justify force against Iran. On Wednesday, the US Navy said the recovered fragments of a mining mine from one of the two tankers believed to have been attacked had a "striking resemblance" to the mines seen during Iranian military parades. The magnet said the military fleet had been used to attach an unexploded mine to the Japanese tanker Kokuka Courageous, who was attacked on June 13 with the Norwegian tanker Altair.
Iran has repeatedly denied any intentions June 13 when alleged assaults and a similar assault on May 12 off the coast of the UAE.
Meanwhile, US Special Envoy for Iran Brian Hook heads to the Middle East for meetings in Saudi Arabia, UAE, Oman, Kuwait and Bahrain to discuss "regional aggression in Iran," the US ambassador to the United States, said the State Department.
Earlier, Hook told the Court details of the US intelligence that Iran has committed the attacks against the two Iran says it may soon start to differ from the 2015 nuclear agreement by accumulating more uranium than the deal allows to fuel up to 20 percent, putting the nation closer to weapons of arms
The Secretary of State M. Pompeo met with EU foreign policy chief Federico Mogerini on Tuesday to seek European support for US economic sanctions against Iran Europe calls for preservation of nuclear deal for 2015
On Monday, Trump has ordered another 1,000 US Middle East soldiers, including a Patriot missile battalion, pilots and unmanned airplanes for surveillance, and other deterrents, the Pentagon said.
In an interview with Time magazine published on Tuesday, Trump dismissed alleged tanker attacks as "very insignificant," but said he would be ready to fight to prevent Iran from receiving nuclear weapons. however, saying that Trump does not want a war with Iran, but will continue to apply maximum pressure on the country.