The publication writes there are a few points about the military base: First, its unveiling carries an important message for some regional and extra-regional actors who have been saber-rattling for some time by changing their tune.

Second, pursuing a defense policy based on civil defense, which for years not only minimizes the costs to protect sensitive and military centers but also leads to compliance with the principle of surprise in operations.

The third point is a distinctive feature of the military installation compared to similar bases in the world, which shows the technical capability of the engineers who built it.

Etela’at: Do not leave the earthquake to God

In a commentary, Etelaat refers to the huge earthquake in Turkey and Syria and warns about the occurrence of a similar incident in Iran.

It also refers to the recent Khoi earthquake and says: The lesson that these events should teach us is not to allow irreparable damage in natural disasters.

The daily also mentions the possibility of an earthquake in Tehran and writes: We all know the unbelievable danger of a strong earthquake in the capital, and we just say God forbid and ask God that this never happens. But it is not wise to forget the possibility or leave everything to God.

The newspaper points how the Japanese have dealt with the earthquake problem over the past few decades and writes: For example, in the earthquake-prone country of Japan, even the occurrence of strong earthquakes should be accompanied by minimal losses and damages.

It is hoped that the recent events will make us think about planning for a better and safer future. God willing.

Arman-e-Melli: Grossi’s important journey

In an op-ed in Arman-e-Melli, political analyst Hassan Beheshtipour refers to the difference between Iran and the IAEA regarding the change to the interconnection between two clusters of centrifuges in Fordow and the Western reaction to it and writes: It seems that the misunderstanding will be cleared up with Mr. Grossi’s visit to Iran to the extent that we can find answers to the IAEA’s three questions.

An agreement may be made with the IAEA. Although it seems unlikely that Iran will immediately answer the queries in the same meeting with Grossi, the two sides can reach a solution to answer the questions gradually or based on a specific schedule.

If the IAEA’s questions are answered, it seems that a new round of negotiations will be formed.
The U.S. was waiting for the results of the protests in Iran, and when it noticed that the unrest did not get to a result, Washington is now more willing to talk.

If we reach a proper solution during Mr. Grossi’s visit to Tehran, we can both prevent the approval of a new resolution in the Board of Governors and have a new start in the dialogue with the Europeans and Americans.

Javan: Eagle 44, Iran’s bargaining chip in the region

There were three developments in the military field in the last two months, namely the Zulfiqar 1401 military exercises and the unveiling of some achievements, the joint exercise between the U.S. and the Zionist regime which was an answer to Iran’s, and the first underground air base called “Eagle 44”.

Such moves by the army have a deterrent aspect above all because the strategy of the U.S. and the Zionist regime is usually complete destruction of the rival’s military power in the first moments of the war (first strike, also known as preemptive strike) and the construction of bases like Eagle 44 will make their strategy ineffective. And for Iran, which has created underground cities for missiles, drones, and now fighters, it is a great advantage in any possible war.

Source » tehrantimes