Without directly referring to Iran, Zionist Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned that any country which plans to target his occupation entity should know that Tel Aviv "will retaliate."
Relatively, Netanyahu was cited by the Jerusalem Post "Israeli" newspaper as claiming that a potential enemy threatening to destroy "Israel" will encounter an "iron wall" which it will never penetrate.
For his part, Iranian Major General Mohammad Baqeri, chief of Staff of the Iranian Armed Forces, pledged to respond in kind to a potential aggression against Iran.
In separate development, Baqeri made it plain that Tehran is poised and ready to respond in kind against a possible act of aggression against the Islamic Republic.
"If the enemy casts a covetous eye on our interests or conducts [even] a slight act of aggression, the Islamic Republic will give an appropriate response at an appropriate time," Baqeri underscored.
Meanwhile, US President Donald Trump said in a Twitter post that on Tuesday he will announce his decision on whether Washington will remain in the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action [JCPOA] agreement governing Iran's nuclear program.
Trump has repeatedly voiced his dissatisfaction with the JCPOA, also known as the Iran nuclear deal; in late January 2018, he intensified his rhetoric, asking US Congress to grapple with the flaws in the "terrible Iran nuclear deal" and threatening to pull out of it otherwise.
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