Iran will continue its missile development program

Iran has expressed strong commitment that its missile development program will continue. Iran rejects calling on the United States and Europe to stop ballistic missile development programs for regional stability and global peace. But Iran claims they are not working on any latent intention to increase the range of missiles.

US President Donald Trump withdrew the United States from the six world powers nuclear deal with Iran in May last year and reinstated Iran. Trump claims that the agreement does not mention the subject of ballistic missile, but it is working to destroy the region's stability. Although France is still confident of the deal, but last week they have indicated an increase in sanctions against Iran if they did not stop the missile program. The United Nations Security Council has urged Tehran to stop the ballistic missile program for eight years for nuclear weapons.
Iran's Defense Minister Amir Hathami told Tasnim news agency on Tuesday, "The enemies are asking Iran to give up missile capability." But we have repeatedly said that we will not go to any kind of dacoity with our missile capability. Iran's National Security Council Secretary and Iranian religious leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei's close aide, Ali Shamkhani, said through a state-of-the-art IRIB, "Iran will continue its program to perfect its missile." But there is no desire to increase the range of missiles. "
Source: Fox News

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