Zarif: Iran Developing own Defenses, Not Buying 'Beautiful' Weapons from US

26 September, 2017, 00:16 | Author: Essie Rivera
  • Frederica Mogherini said the world does not need another nuclear crisis

Iran's state media showed video on Saturday of the successful test-launch, saying the missile had a range of 2000km.

Iran's Khoramshahr missile is displayed during a military parade just outside Tehran, Iran, on September 22.

As well as carrying out missile tests, Iran has also launched a space satellite and fired missiles at Islamic State group targets in eastern Syria in recent months.

Iran's elite Revolutionary Guard on Sunday publicly displayed the country's sophisticated Russian-made S-300 air defense system in central Tehran for the first time.

Tehran are circumventing their nuclear pact with Western powers, as they have done a secret deal with Kim Jong-un's regime, by paying $2bn a year for North Korea to develop nuclear weapons, according to President Trump backer.

The new missile test by Iran challenges worldwide agreement with Tehran over nuclear issue, said on Saturday 23rd of September american president Donald Trump.

Rouhani has said that the Trump administration is seeking "an excuse" to pull out of the landmark 2015 nuclear agreement that capped Iran's nuclear activities in return for the lifting of worldwide sanctions on Iran.

On Friday, Iran unveiled a ballistic missile capable of reaching Israel and much of the Middle East, drawing anger from the US.

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The footage includes the launch from multiple angles as well as footage from cameras mounted on the missile itself.

"We will not put up with threats and intimidation, we believe in negotiations and moderation", he continued, referring to US President Donald Trump's speech.

He said that the United States was the most isolated country at the UN over its stance on Iran's nuclear accord, citing President Donald Trump's attack on the agreement while other world leaders defended it.

Rowhani later told a news conference that the Trump administration is seeking "an excuse" to pull out of the landmark 2015 nuclear agreement that capped Iran's nuclear activities in return for the lifting of global sanctions on Iran.

Actually, it's Trump and his bombastic public statements that are an embarrassment to the United States.

Zarif said Iran will "consider its options" if Trump tells Congress on October 15 he believes it is not complying with the deal and it is not in U.S. interests to stick by it.

"Extremely concerned by reports of Iran missile test, which is inconsistent with United Nations resolution 2231".

Washington has called on Tehran not to get involved in activities linked to nuclear missiles.

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