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Discussion in 'Iranian Defence Forum' started by Serpentine, Jan 31, 2016.
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Iranian Police Anti Terror Special Forces also known as "NOPO"
IRGC Special Forces posing for Opening titles of "Farmandeh" TV competition
Iranian Special Airborne Force offers to share experience with China
General Amanollahi made the remarks in Tehran on 4 July, addressing a ceremony with a delegation of young and veteran officers from the Chinese defense ministry. "Brigade 65 of Nohed is ready to exchange its experiences and have constructive interactions with China's special forces" after the approval of high-ranking officials of both countries, he underlined.
General Amanollahi said that Nohed holds training courses in different fields, including military mountain climbing, diving, sailing, shooting, hostage release, motorcycling, and operation in deserts and forests.
In relevant remarks last year, Chinese Ambassador to Tehran Pang Sen underlined anti-terrorism cooperation with Iran, adding that the two countries had strengthened their military cooperation and exchanges. "The military exchanges between China and Iran are increasing day by day," Pang told reporters in a press conference in Tehran. Stressing that Tehran and Beijing permanently hold talks and consultations on the fight against terrorism, he said, "China opposes any type of terrorism and is willing to bolster its cooperation with Iran and other countries (in anti-terrorism campaign) to jointly maintain regional and global peace and stability."
I like the concept and structure of the Quds Force. Does Iran have a lead external-focused intelligence agency (like the Mossad)?
The Ministry of Intelligence and Security (MOIS, also known as Vezarat-e Ettela'at va Amniat-e Keshvar or VEVAK)
The MOIS's original charter stated the organization was in charge of "gathering, procurement, analysis, and classification of necessary information inside and outside the country," but it also "plays the lead role in organizing and conducting terrorist operations abroad, and it runs operations out of Iranian embassies, consulates, and Islamic centers overseas." From that original declaration the group has had a range of duties to the Iran, all of which dealt with the security of the government against threats both domestic and abroad that might seek to destabilize it. Along with the MOIS, the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps, the Basij Resistance Forces, the Ansar-i Hezbullah, and the Law Enforcement Forces work together for domestic security.