The Senate Intelligence Committee met on Thursday with a theme of “global threats,” according to the Fars News Agency’s International Monitoring Group, quoting the Qahedrian News Agency.
At the meeting, important officials from the American intelligence community were present. Daniel Coutes, National Information Manager, Michael Pumpo, CIA Director Michael Rogers, NSA Director, Andrew McKeeb, Interim FBI and Winston Stewart, Director of the US Defense Intelligence Agency, attending the meeting Audition.
At the start of the meeting, Coutes claimed that Syria has both readiness and willingness to use chemical weapons in the country.
In another part of his speech, Iran called Iran a threat to the United States and said that “Iran is using advanced mines, drone boats, advanced torpedoes and anti-ship missiles in the Persian Gulf”.
“Cats said Iran and the P5 + 1 nuclear deal said,” Tehran intends to maintain a comprehensive joint action plan, because it will keep the sanctions agreement against Iran. “
He said: “It has increased the transparency of Iran’s nuclear activities by improving the Agency’s accesses.”
In another part of his remarks, the American official accused Iran of carrying out malicious acts in the region and said that Iran would send a military adviser to Syria to support Syria.
Kotts also claimed that Iran had sent several thousand fighters to Yemen, Syria and Iraq.
“Iran continues to use cyber-espionage, propaganda and attacks to support its security priorities, to influence the events and perceptions of foreign countries, and to deal with threats,” the director of national intelligence in the United States said in a statement.
“Iran has also used cyber-attacks directly against the United States,” he added. For example, an Iranian hacker in 2013 would have tampered with industrial control systems, and in 2014, perpetrators from Iran launched an attack to remove data from casino networks in the United States. “
In his commentary, Coutes called North Korea a “potential threat of existence” against the United States.
The head of the CIA, Mike Pumpo, said that North Korea has the necessary capabilities to create more threats against the United States.
In another part of his remarks, he claimed that there was a huge amount of weapons in Venezuela and warned that these weapons might fall into the hands of people who should not be fallen as the country faces the economic crisis and street protests.
Despite the fact that this is a “real threat,” Pumpo said that Washington has not seen any cases of “weapons transfers”.
Vincent Sturat, director of the National Intelligence Agency, has repeatedly reiterated his claims against Iran in response to a Senator’s question about what Iran has in the region.
He said that Iran intends to dominate the region’s power and plans to control a large part of the countries of the region, if not physically, politically.
Storyt said Russia-Russia relations are currently based on cooperation in Syria, but in the future it may turn into competitive relations. The American general has reason for this analysis that Russia wants regional power.