Commander of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps Navy Rear Admiral Ali Fadavi said the coast-to-sea missiles of the IRGC should be seen as a main constituent of Iran’s deterrence power.

“The Americans have staged several wars in the region in recent years in a bid to make use of their victories in these wars for starting war against us, but these wars produced nothing but failure for them and an increased deterrence power for us,” Fadavi said in a meeting with commanders, experts and directors of Asef Missile Production Complex on Monday.

Fadavi pointed to the IRGC Navy’s role in the development of Iran’s deterrence power, and said, “The coast-to-sea missile capability (of the IRGC Navy) is a main element of our might and deterrence power in defense and security fields.”