Iran to mass produce new submarine

Iran’s
navy plans to launch assembly lines for submarines capable of covering
long distances across the ocean and to deploy more warships in the
Persian Gulf.

Iranian Navy’s Deputy Commander Rear Admiral Gholam-Reza Khadem
Bigham said on Friday that submarines and other vessels of various
classes and capabilities are under construction in cooperation with the
Defense Industries Organization, Fars News Agency reported.

Bigham also said the port town of Jask has been chosen in line with
the aim of creating more harbors in the country’s southern waters. More
military establishments are being set up there to host more naval units,
he added.

“Soon another fleet [of warships] will officially start its activity
in Jask … and another subsurface fleet will be assigned to the [Western
coastal] region of Konarak.”

The admiral said the Islamic Republic’s military doctrine is a
defensive one and we have designed our defense systems, which are under
construction and will be deployed in the region, based on our
familiarity with the region and the enemy.

He said the domestically-built Jamaran destroyer has been employed
in the ongoing patrolling and monitoring missions in the Northern Indian
Ocean.

“One of the navy’s prime missions is to monitor trans-regional
fleets because any …

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