Editor's note.: words of Iranian and U.S. officials were added (first version was published at 14:14).
Commander-in-Chief of the Naval Forces of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRCG) said that two unmanned aircraft vehicles were shot in the Iranian sector of the Persian Gulf, Fars news agency reported. The Commander-in-Chief, General Ali Fadavi stated that currently the shot UAVs of the U.S. are in hands of Sepah.
"Currently, both UAVs are in the possession of Iran - general Fadavi said . - We affirm the high level of technology involved in producing these aircrafts."
Earlier, the commander of the Air Force and Military Space Forces Revolutionary Guards, General Amirali Hajizade, said that in the Iranian sector of the Gulf Guards forces shot down two unmanned U.S. Air Force.
Earlier, the Commander of the Air Forces and Military Space Forces of IRCG, General
Amirali Hajizade said that the Guards forces shot down two UAVs of the U.S. Air Forces in the Iranian sector of the Persian Gulf.
According to reports, the Pentagon press secretary
Geoff Morrell has not confirmed the information about the detention of aircrafts.
Commenting on the reaction of the Pentagon, Fadavi added that "it is unprofitable for the U.S. to accept this fact."