Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps denied reports on alleged remarks by the commander of elite al-Quds force General Qassem Suleimani.

In a statement released on Monday, IRCG stressed that what media outlets reported on Suleimani’s remarks were pure lies, noting that such reports negatively affect the public opinion in Iran and abroad.

Eralier on Sunday some media outlets reported General Suleimani had allegedly said that “Iran can control both of Iraq and Lebanon and also has such ability in Jordan.”

“Reports which recently emerged over alleged remarks by the commander of al-Quds force General Qassem Suleimani are baseless,” the statement said.

“Alleged analysis and remarks by General Suleimani on the situation in the region and Jordan are pure lies.”

 

Al-Manar

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