Iran to control Gulf oil route if attacked - paper
The commander of the Revolutionary Guards says Iran would impose controls on shipping in the vital Gulf oil transit route if the Islamic Republic comes under attack.business Updated: Jun 28, 2008 13:09 IST
The commander of the Revolutionary Guards said Iran would impose controls on shipping in the vital Gulf oil transit route if the Islamic Republic came under attack, a newspaper reported on Saturday.
"Naturally every country under attack by an enemy uses all its capacity and opportunities to confront the enemy. Regarding the main route for exiting energy, Iran will definitely act to impose control on the Persian Gulf and Strait of Hormuz," commander-in-chief Mohammad Ali Jafari told Jam-e Jam newspaper.