Nasrallah rules out Netanyahu's attempts to prevent Hezbollah's missile access
Beirut, Jan 27, IRNA – Hezbollah has enough number of missiles and is capable of hitting any target in Israel, Secretary-General of Hezbollah Movement Hassan Nasrallah said.
'We have enough number of precision missiles and we are capable of hitting any target across the Zionist entity in the future war,' Lebanese media Al-Manar quoted Nasrallah as
saying in a TV interview.
He also rejected gossips as regard with his illness, saying 'despite reaching age of 60, I have no health problems.'
Commenting on the so-called Israeli operation 'Northern Shield', Nasrallah confirmed existence of tunnels in Palestine-Lebanon common borders.
He added 'Hezbollah leadership decided not to comment on the operation.'
Rejecting claims made by Chief of General Staff of the Israel Defense Forces Gadi Eizenkot regarding the completion of operation, he said it is still underway.
Elsewhere in his remarks, Nasrallah referred to the allegations made by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu as regard using tunnels to invade Galilee, saying he in fact served Israel and caused fear among Israelis.
'Hezbollah doesn’t need tunnels to invade Galilee,' he reiterated.
In response to a question as regard US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's trip to the region, he said the trips are aimed at assuring countries.
He noted that US will not be able to do more and will eventually quit Syria and the region.
US also left Afghanistan in favor of Taliban, he said adding that it was regarded as a big defeat.
Hezbollah chief went on to say that Trump will not be able to wage any war in the region since his country is not in a position to go into another war.
Nasrallah warned US of miscalculations, saying the Axis of Resistance will give proper response in this case.