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Corps reiterates Iranian fishermen not responding to foreign vessels / Marine Corps Basij number to reach 6,000

In a public statement, the IRGC told all Iranian fishermen that neither the Coalition vessels nor the American vessels had the right to inspect, seize, and question any of the Iranian vessels, especially in the territorial and territorial waters of the monopoly.

It has no economic value for our country and considers it contrary to the interests of our country and in violation of international law.
The Revolutionary Guards also called on all Iranian fishermen to immediately alert the IRGC patrols on the 16th Channel when they did not cooperate with foreign vessels.

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