General Soleimani successor, Esmail Ghaani, may also face the fate of his predecessor, Mehr reported referring to the US special representative for Iran Brian Hook.
"If (Esmail) Ghaani follows the same path of killing Americans then he will meet the same fate," Brian Hook told the Arabic-language Asharq al-Awsat newspaper, adding that US President Donald Trump had long made it clear "that any attack on Americans or American interests would be met with a decisive response."
"This isn't a new threat. The president has always said that he will always respond decisively to protect American interests," Hook said in the interview in Davos.
As reported earlier, General Soleimani was killed by US AIr Force on January 3 near Tehran airport. Ghaani was Soleimani's deputy for a long time and was appointed commander of the Quds forces after Soleimani's death.