Nine Iranian soldiers have been killed in fierce clashes between the US Navy and Iranian Basij forces in the Persian Gulf.

According to foreign media, the battle for control of oil tankers intensified in the Persian Gulf and Oman, with US and Iranian forces launching attacks on each other.

In the Persian Gulf, the Iranian Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) killed nine of its soldiers during a clash with the US Navy.

Ali Reza Tangseri, commander of Iran’s Guards Corps, has confirmed that Iranian troops were killed during a clash with US Navy in the Persian Gulf.

Ali Raza Tangsiri said that there were several short-term clashes with the US Navy in the Persian Gulf in which 9 of our soldiers were killed.

According to the report, the commander of the Basij force has not issued any statement regarding the damage caused to the United States as a result of the Iranian attacks, nor has the statement of the Iranian commander been confirmed or denied by the United States.

It should be noted that Iran had recently seized a Vietnamese oil tanker after a skirmish with the US Navy in the Sea of ​​Oman, which was released after successful negotiations.

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