Die Welt: Iran more than doubles its missile tests
Tehran test-fired at least seven medium-range missiles and at least five short-range missiles and cruise missiles, compared with 4 of the former and one of the second, in 2017, This year, according to the paper’s sources, Iran tested at least three variants of the Shahab-3 medium-range missile, launched at least two variants of the Qiam-1 cruise missile and at least one Khorramshahr medium-range missile – all capable of carrying nuclear payloads. Five other short-range Zolfaghar missiles and one Scud variant were also launched, two of them against ISIS in Syria. Germany, France and Britain have sent a joint letter of concern to the UN Security Council over Iran’s violation of UNSC Res 2231.
3 thoughts on “Die Welt: Iran more than doubles its missile tests”
The UN is a weak body and a complete waste of time.
Iran’s agressions needs to be met with agressions.
UN 2231 Resolution was tear a part by trump and he came out from nuclear deal, and all the things was made by democrats to control iran goes down. Now they must attack iran or else iran will not stop
well EU, you have a decision coming up. Either join the US by sanctioning iran or let iran perfect their nuclear delivery missiles and put your lands within their target range. I think you would want to be friends with the US.