Iranian President Hassan Rouhani revealed that his country will present a new plan in the coming days at the United Nations, on the security of the Gulf waters, during a ceremony to launch a major military parade on the anniversary of the Iraq-Iran war.

The annual military parade was held this morning in Tehran and the 30 provinces of Iran to mark the anniversary of the Iran-Iraq war, with the participation of the army, Revolutionary Guards, police, border forces and popular mobilization forces.

Iranian media said a series of military achievements would be displayed during the events and air force fighter jets and helicopters would fly overhead.

Rowhani said at the beginning of the military parade in Tehran that Iran "will present a plan in the coming days at the United Nations" to cooperate to ensure the security of "the Persian Gulf and the Strait of Hormuz and the Gulf of Oman" among the countries of the region.

He added that the presence of foreign forces in the Gulf exacerbates the "insecurity", after the announcement of sending US reinforcements to the region.

Rouhani stressed that the logic of Iran is that the security of the Gulf waters and the Strait of Hormuz provided by the countries of the region, and that they reach out to neighboring countries for dialogue and understanding and overcome past mistakes, stressing that wherever the Americans and enemies of Tehran, they bring with them insecurity and stability.

Negotiate without surrender
He also said in his speech that his country is ready to negotiate and has logic but will not accept surrender and humiliation and will defend with full force its territory.

He stressed that his country will not attack any country, but in return will not allow others to attack its territory and borders, and will face these threats with full force.

`` Our enemies will not dare to carry out their threats to attack our territory, stand up to our armed forces and start a new war against us, '' he said.