Emboldened Iran To Hold War Drills With Russia and China


(Worthy News) – is set to hold a series of drills with and , as the hardline regime celebrates the ’ bungled evacuation in and boosts its enrichment of weapons-grade uranium to historically high levels.

Iranian and Russian leaders announced on Monday that their countries, along with China, will hold joint maritime war exercises in the Persian Gulf later this year or early in 2022, according to Iran’s state-controlled . The countries said they will focus on “shipping and combating piracy” as the United States reduces its footprint in the region following its marred withdrawal from Afghanistan.

The announcement comes as the rogue countries step up their involvement in war-torn Afghanistan amid a hurried effort by the Biden administration to evacuate U.S. personnel from the country. Iran, Russia, and China have all expressed an interest in replacing the United States as a powerbroker in the nation and working with the newly installed Taliban government. Iran’s foreign ministry announced that “Iran is in contact with all parties in Afghanistan to pave the ground for dialogue and reconciliation” and that the Russian and Chinese embassies remain functioning. [ Source: Washington Free Beacon (Read More…) ]

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