According to Daily Mail:
The President of Iran has warned the U.S. that it made a 'grave mistake' by killing Qasem Soleimani, a high ranking general, in an unannounced airstrike and will face consequences following the controversial attack.
President Rouhani made the remarks during a recent visit to General Soleimani's house where he expressed his condolences to the killed military leader's family that prominently shaped Iran's foreign policy in the Middle East.
'The Americans did not realize what a grave mistake they have made. They will suffer the consequences of such criminal measure not only today, but also throughout the years to come,' Rouhani said.
Soleimani, 62, was killed in the early hours of Friday outside Baghdad's International Airport by three missiles from an MQ-9 Reaper Drone launched by the U.S. military under the Trump administration.
'This crime committed by the US will go down in history as one of their unforgettable crimes against the Iranian nation,' Rouhani further added, emphasizing that the United States has become a 'pariah' among Iranian and Iraqi communities.
IFP News reports that Rouhani said Soleimani's continuous efforts to bring security to the region, including Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Yemen, and Afghanistan, made the revered military leader an accomplished and talented politician and strategist.
Soleimani further added that Soleimani, who reportedly devoted his life to uplifting oppressed nations and enforcing regional security, was killed by the 'biggest terrorist in history.
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