Brigadier-General Hajizadeh stated that Iran’s missile capabilities are superior to that of other nations while speaking with a group of prominent religious experts from the seminaries of Qom and Mashad.
On Sunday, a group of elite seminary instructors from Mashhad and Qom visited the IRGC Aerospace Force’s display of accomplishments.
In honor of Martyr General Hassan Tehrani Moqaddam, Brigadier General Hajizadeh stated that Iran is now a world leader in the field of drones and that its accomplishments have presented a challenge to the movements that the powerful militaries of the world had started decades earlier.
General Hajizadeh recalled the days when they both seized every opportunity to serve the nation, adding that they were unable to threaten Baghdad because they lacked the proper weapons during the Iran-Iraq conflict.
In the 1980s, Saddam Hussein’s forces bombarded Tehran and other Iranian cities with missiles supplied by Western nations. The majority of the weaponry supplied to the Saddam government came from France and the former Soviet Union.
Companies from Germany, the Netherlands, and other Western nations also supplied supplies for Saddam Hussein’s administration to create chemical weapons. But during those times, Western nations even forbade the sale of barbed wire to Iran.
General Hajizadeh continued by stating that the news of the advanced hypersonic ballistic missile, which was announced at the martyrdom anniversary of General Tehrani Moqaddam, has a high speed and can maneuver both in and out of space, but today it has been released in media and it is a significant generational leap in the missile-producing sector that the enemy for decades cannot be able to match.
According to the commander of the IRGC Aerospace Force, Iran is now among the top nations with the most advanced capability for developing missiles and drones. In the sphere of unmanned aircraft and unmanned aerial vehicles, “we are at the global level and have contested the trend that so-called superpowers have already begun for decades.”
He emphasized that since the start of the forced war, every effort has been made to turn Iran into a superpower in the development of missiles and drones, and he added that “those so-called superpowers, whom Iran formerly sought out for assistance, are now urgently in need of Iran.”
The three-stage solid fuel suborbital carrier rocket Qaem-100, which will be placed into orbit this year, may now be launched into space with God’s assistance, the man said.
The first of its kind created by Iranian scientists, the Qaem-100, is capable of launching satellites weighing up to 80 kilos 500 kilometers into space.
The Nahid satellite will soon be launched into orbit, according to Issa Zarepour, Iran’s minister of information and communications technology.
According to what he said, plans are in place for the satellite to be launched at the conclusion of the current Iranian year, which ends in March 2023.
He went on to say that the Iranian Khayyam satellite is in operation, that its images are being received, and that there is communication with the equipment that requires its images.
He asserts that the Iran Space Agency’s first, largest, and best-equipped facility for managing and receiving Iranian satellite images is the Khayyam satellite image reception center.
Joint missions have been stated, according to Iran’s minister of information and communications technology, and “cooperation and engagement with Russia in the space field continue.”
On August 9, 2022, a Soyuz rocket fired from Kazakhstan’s Baikonur space station to launch the Khayyam satellite into orbit.
Over the past four decades, Iran has advanced steadily and creatively in the field of space technology.
The rivals have made an effort to prevent economic and scientific achievements through different sanctions, particularly in Iran’s space industry.
Nevertheless, despite all the obstacles and difficulties, the country has created a wide spectrum of space and space-related technologies, which should be seen as a significant victory for Iran.