The storm is coming? Iran suddenly reduced its provocation against the US Navy, and the latter was puzzled.

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 The storm is coming? Iran suddenly reduced its provocation against the US Navy, and the latter was puzzled.


According to the 9 daily newspaper in May, according to the Washington Times Web site in May 3rd, the aggressive Iran navy was not moving on an important channel in the Persian Gulf, which made the US military executives fail to understand the reason. Reported that in recent years, the United States warships near the Iran coastline are often harassed by the Iran Navy. In January 2016, 10 US sailors were arrested in Iran waters and temporarily detained. The tension reached a critical juncture. The picture is the yacht of the Iran Revolutionary Guard Richardson joined the US Navy minister Richard Spencer and Marine Corps commander Robert Nelle to attend a briefing in The Pentagon. He said: we see that Irans recent actions in the Persian Gulf have been reduced in general. Richardson will refuse to guess when Iran and the world are waiting for president Trumps decision to withdraw from the 2015 agreement to limit the Iran nuclear program, when the Iran ships face the US sea power in the Strait of Hormuz. Reported that other countries that signed the agreement - France, Britain, Germany, China and Russia - still support the agreement. Iran diplomats have been trying to locate Iran as the victim of the US withdrawal from the nuclear agreement. Richardson said that Irans naval activities in the region are linked to its efforts to salvage the nuclear agreement. However, the Strait of Hormuz, however, is a key to the transportation of oil from the Middle East to the global market. The suspension of the Iran Navys moratorium on the United States and its ally warships is completely out of line with Iran standards. In 2017, the Fifth Fleet of the US Navy and its regional allies held routine maritime exercises in the Strait of Hormuz. Iran accused the US Navy of provoking an armed confrontation with the Iran patrol boat during the exercise. The crew of the lightning patrol boat opened a number of guns to a approaching Iran warship, the Iran warship moving from the coastal waters to the lightning patrol boat being carried out in the international waters of the exercise. Officials of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard said the incident was a unprofessional and provocative move aimed at provocation and intimidation of Iran ships. The commander of the US Navys Fifth Fleet said that the crew of the lightning patrol boat opened fire out of self-defense and did not use any weapons that could sink the Iran warship. Nearly a year after the Thunderbolt incident, the Iran Revolutionary Guard captured the US patrol boat and briefly arrested the crew. Irans military eventually released American sailors. In a subsequent investigation, the commander in charge of the captive patrol boat admitted that he ordered the submarines to surrender to the Iran people instead of returning them, and that the retaliation would jeopardize the implementation of the nuclear agreement. Although the waters of the Strait of Hormuz are relatively calm, the Iran army and its allies in Syria have raised concerns about the deployment of US naval vessels there. The US Navy ships are deployed in the Strait of Hormuz to support the United States led coalition forces to attack the Islamic state organization in Iraq and Syria. Richardson said: the activities there are more frequent, and the tension in the eastern Mediterranean is increasing. In general, Richardson said: in general, the interaction between the United States and foreign ships is safe and professional, but the forces in Syria and Lebanon supported by Iran and their potential threats to Israel have raised concerns. He said: this is one of the new trends of big powers competition. This is a form of expression. So we are paying close attention to it. Richardson said the US Navy leaders are taking measures to ensure that the increasingly complex situation in Syria will not turn into a new conflict after the collapse of the Islamic organization. US Navy officials have previously indicated that direct confrontation between the US and Iran navies is decreasing. Chloe Morgan, a naval spokeswoman, told CNN in January that there were 14 unsafe and unprofessional interactions in 2017, and 36 in 2016, with an average of 2.5 such meetings a month. (compile / Liu Zongya) source: Global Times - World Wide Web. More brilliant, please log on to World Wide Web http://www.huanqiu.com responsible editor: Lee Ying Ying _NBJS5961 In general, Richardson said: in general, the interaction between the United States and foreign ships is safe and professional, but the forces in Syria and Lebanon supported by Iran and their potential threats to Israel have raised concerns. He said: this is one of the new trends of big powers competition. This is a form of expression. So we are paying close attention to it. Richardson said the US Navy leaders are taking measures to ensure that the increasingly complex situation in Syria will not turn into a new conflict after the collapse of the Islamic organization. Chloe Morgan, a naval spokeswoman, told CNN in January that there were 14 unsafe and unprofessional interactions in 2017, and 36 in 2016, with an average of 2.5 such meetings a month. (compiling / Liu Zongya)