‘Radio France Internationale’ reported on May 8: The IRGC is stationed at Port Assab in Eritrea at Red sea coast and has installed its missile there. The Radio said: Enjoying Eritrean and Sudanese support, Tehran’s regime is engaged in stationing and advancing its forces in Aden Gulf, an important and strategic location in the path of world oil. This measure means creating an anti-western axis in a region where is already turbulent enough due to the presence of Somali pirates. Radio France Internationale added: Since a few months ago the IRGC units have anchored in Eritrea. According to western sources, not only their ships but an IRGC submarine, too, are present in the Eritrean waters at Port Assab. This strategic point in the Red Sea is located in a short distance from the strait of Bab al-Mandab in the entrance of Aden Gulf where 25 percent of the world’s oil and 10 percent of the world’s trade transportation pass. Apparently the control of straits from the other side of Saudi Arabian Peninsula has evolved to a priority. That is why simultaneous with western countries naval units’ efforts to expel the Somali pirates from the Aden Gulf, the Islamic Republic ( of Iran) is engaged in stationing its forces a few kilometers away. The problem that concerns the western military men and experts is that what game the Iranian regime has engaged in? Numerous military and civil sources say that the IRGC has transferred medium range missiles to this region.