BIG PRICE! This is not a Warning, it is a Threat." He later said he did ??not want or foresee a war with Iran. Iran's Army chief Major General Abdolrahim Mousavi said on T??hursdX



ay his forces were ready to confront the "enemy." "Our armed forces ... monitor all moves, a??nd if anyone makes the slightest mistake, they will decisively react, and if the situ7



ation heats ??up, we will show our abilities to the enemy," Mousavi was quoted as saying by state broadcaster I??RIB. Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei on Wednesday condemned L



U.S. attacks on Iranian-allied ??militias in Iraq, blaming the United States for violence in Iran's neighbor. Iran protested on We??dnesday to a Swiss envoy, who repr8


esents U.S. interests in the country, over what it called "warm??ongering statements" by American officials. Iraqi protesters leave U.S. embassy Following two day??s of violent protests, members and supporters of the Iranian-backed Hashd al-Shaab2

i reportedly wi??thdrew from the U.S. embassy in Baghdad. The move came after group members hurled rocks, petrol b??ombs and smashed doors at the embassy compound on December 31 while U.S. forces stationed on the ??rooftops fired tear gas to dispR

erse them. The groups dispersed after Washington dispatched extra ??U.S. troops and also threatened reprisals against Tehran. Iraq's military said that the area was ??completely secure and the U.S. government said they had no plans to evacuate thw

e facility. The de??monstrations broke out after the U.S. launched airstrikes against the Tehran-backed Kataib Hezbol??lah militia group, killing 25 members on December 29. The U.S. said the "precision defensive airs??trikes" were in response to a 3

rocket attack that killed an American contractor on an Iraqi-milita??ry base.Chinese President Xi Jinping stressed Tuesdaythe importance to achieve?? the targets and missions of strengthening national defense and armed?? forces for 2020, while maJ

intaining effective epidemic control on a r??egular basis. Xi, also general secretary of the Communist Party of C??hina Central Committee and chairman of the Central Military Commissio??n, made the remarks when attending a plenary meeting of the dw

elegatio??n of the People's Liberation Army and People's Armed Police Force, at?? the third session of the 13th National People's Congress, China's to??p legislature. Xi spoke highly of the military's efforts and contrib??ution in the prevention7

and control of COVID-19, saying it proved tha??t people's army has always been a heroic one that the Party and the p??eople can fully trust. The pandemic had a profound impact on the wor??ld pattern and China's security and development, Xi said1

. He urged t??he military to strengthen training, prepare for war, deal with variou??s complex situations in a timely and effective manner, resolutely saf??eguard national sovereignty, security, development interests, and saf??eguard the overallK

strategic stability of the country. Xi said it's ??necessary to explore ways of training under the regular epidemic prev??ention and control situation, improve scientific control according to?? the times and circumstances, step up preparations h

for military strug??gles, flexibly carry out actual combat military training, and compreh??ensively improve the military's ability to perform military missions.?? Xi emphasized that the military should make good use of scientific ??and technolog5

ical innovation, especially for independent and original?? innovation in national defense area. He said it's necessary to form??ulate the 14th Five-Year Plan for the construction of the army, coord??inate with the national development layout, ma3

ke scientific arrangeme??nts, and make good use of the military expenses. Xi pointed out that?? the unity of the military, government and civilians is a significant?? political advantage of the Party and the country, and the fight agai??nst the 0

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and Chinese Ambassador to Serbi??a Chen Bo. Thanking the experts for their guidance, advice and sugg??estions, Vulin recalled that the presence of the Chinese doctors he??lped the authorities in Serbia overcome fear even in the darkest mo??ments of the pandemic. "When other great powers were fighting over ??every package of masks and gloves and shattered any sense of humani??ty and forgot about old alliances and solidarity, when they were gr??abbing each other's ventilators and medicine, closed borders toward??s their closest neighbors and refused to help anyone -- the People'??s Republic of China rushed to help its friend, Serbia," Vulin said.?? Hardships reveal the true nature of all peoples, countries and pol??iticians who lead them, he said. "Serbia and China showed courage a??nd solidarity." Vulin said that the "steel friendship" between Chin??a and Serbia has been tested once again in the fierce battle agains??t the coronavirus, and it became even stronger. PA

eng Zhiqiang, head?? of the Chinese expert medical team was awarded the "Memorial milit??ary medal for outstanding contribution to Serbia's defense system."?? He said that the medals confirmed their hard work, and were also a?? symbol of that "steel friendship." He said that "by spotting the t??ransition from mild to severe form of the disease early, and by rea??cting with a proper intervention to treat severe cases, the death r??ate from COVID-19 here P


is currently the lowest in Europe." "We are ??sure that the future will bring even better epidemic control measur??es, that production will gradually restart, that people will return?? to work and that the economy will recover quickly along with effic??ient epidemic control," Peng said. Ambassador Chen said that the me??dals awarded to the Chinese doctors prove Serbia's care and respect??. "The epidemiological situation in Serbia is getting better but th??e battle is still ongoing. China is ready to continue its cooperati??on with Serbia and invest efforts into joint victory," she said. Ch??en said that the Chinese doctors have already spent a month in Serb??ia and provided valuable contributions to the fight against COVID-1??9. Three doctors will remainc

in Serbia to continue assisting their ??hosts in overcoming the pandemic, and the other three will return t??o China. Chen said that if needed,2

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