(Reuters) - Iran's Revolutionary Guards commander, Maj. Gen. Ali Jafari, vowed on Sunday to treat the US military like the treatment of the "Daash" organization in the event of reports that the Revolutionary Guards were on the list of terrorist groups, The "naive" behavior of the United States on the nuclear deal to create a jump in its missile programs.
"The Islamic Republic considers the implementation of the Katsa Act as a unilateral exit of the US from the nuclear agreement," Jafari said during a session of the Strategic Council of the Revolutionary Guards, according to the official Tasnim news agency. "As we have stated previously, On Iran , it must transfer its military bases to a distance of 2000 kilometers to the range of Iranian missiles. "
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"If the repeated news about the American folly that wants to put the IRGC on the list of terrorist groups is correct, the Revolutionary Guard will put the US military, especially in the Middle East, in the same barricade as well," Jafari said.
"The Americans should know that the Islamic Republic will benefit from the naive US administration's handling of the nuclear deal in order to create a leap in its missile programs, regional and defense," he said.