Published: Sat, September 23, 2017
Worldwide | By Sean Reid

Iran unveils a ballistic missile with range of 2000km

Iran unveils a ballistic missile with range of 2000km

"We will strengthen our defense and military capabilities. whether you want it or not", Rouhani said, a direct response to Trump's speech at the U.N. General Assembly this week.

Tehran has backed Yemen's Shiite rebels known as Houthis against a US-supported and Saudi-led coalition of mostly Arab states that seeks to return the internationally elected government to power in Yemen. "Moreover, hard-liners, such as Iran's supreme leader, believe compromise with the United States is a futile exercise".

Rouhani, who has long expressed a desire to improve relations with the United States, was critical of President Donald Trump's speech at the United Nations Tuesday - in which he threatened force against North Korea and denounced the landmark 2015 Iran nuclear deal.

The iranian president Hassan Rohani said on Friday that his country will strengthen its capacity in spite of the criticisms of the United States and France. On a more moderate tone, the French president, Emmanuel Macron, in unison with the other european countries, defended the application of the agreement concluded between Iran and the major powers, but stated that it was necessary to compel Iran to reduce its ballistic program and limit its activities in the region.

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The parade in Tehran Friday was one of many across Iran, marking the annual Sacred Defense Week.

He also said Tehran will keep supporting the "oppressed people of Yemen, Syria and Palestine" - a reference to Iran's role in the wars in Yemen and Syria and its support for Palestinian militant groups such as Hamas. Similar parades were held in other Iranian cities.

Tehran has backed Yemen's Shiite rebels known as Houthis against a USA -supported and Saudi-led coalition of mostly Arab states that seeks to return the internationally elected government to power in Yemen.

Announcing the introduction of new sanctions against Iran, then-US President Barack Obama said the nuclear deal was never meant to resolve all controversy with Iran.

What's new, he said, is that Iran says its ballistic missiles can carry multiple warheads and maybe several cluster bombs.

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