No one wanted to kill in missile attack: Iranian general

Iran's Brigadier General Amir Ali Haji Zada ​​has admitted that Iran did not want to kill anyone in the missile attack, the target was just th
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In a statement, Iranian General Haji Zada ​​said that Iran did not want to kill people in response to the assassination of General Suleimani, whose goal was only the US military machine.

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He warned that if the United States made a mistake again, 104 positions of the United States and its allies in the region would be targeted.current world news

Meanwhile, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani spoke to British Prime Minister Boris Johnson over the phone saying that General Qasim Sulaimani had protected Europe, including Britain, from ISIS.

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On this occasion, he made it clear to the British Prime Minister that Iran would continue to cooperate with the IAEA on the nuclear deal.

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Speaking to the President of the European Council, Hassan Rouhani said that the ban on drugs and food commodities by the US is an economic terrorism and that Europe should adopt a free policy on the issue.

He also said that Europe, China and Russia should work together to strengthen the nuclear deal.

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On the other hand, Ismail Qa'ani, the new commander of the Revolutionary Party, has said that the coming of a flood of people at the funeral of General Sulaimani is a referendum in favor of a resistance against global pride.