Iran has "successfully" launched and tested the latest ballistic rocket/missile that will carry numerous war-heads and will fly a whopping 2,000 km, in accordance with state media channels.
Donald Trump has accused Iran of working with with North Korea.
September 20, 2017 (EIRNS)-The European Leadership Network (ELN) issued a statement on September 18, signed by 78 former diplomats and military leaders, academics and other prominent individuals calling for the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action-the 2015 nuclear deal between Iran and the five permanent members of the UN Security Council plus Germany, to be defended, and warning that unilateral US withdrawal from the agreement would cause great harm internationally.
The news of the test comes just hours after Iran's Revolutionary Guard unveiled the missile during a military parade in Tehran.
The missile's 1,200-mile range means it could reach targets anywhere in the Middle East - and as far from Iran as India and Eastern Europe.
Iran successfully tests new 2000km-range missile
Last week, Netanyahu met with President Donald Trump to discuss 2015 nuclear agreement as well as Iran's regional behavior. Mr Trump said this week he has reached a decision on the nuclear deal , but hasn't revealed what it is.
State TV did not say when the test had been conducted, although Iranian officials said on September 22 that it would be tested "soon".
The broadcaster says the missile is capable of carrying multiple warheads.
Despite the attempts by Washington to include the provisions, concerning the ballistic missiles, in the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), or the Iran nuclear deal, the proposal was not supported by other signatories.
Tehran insists its missile program doesn't the resolution, saying the missiles are not created to carry nuclear weapons. This same concern has prompted many Iranian decision-makers into thinking that in case of a USA withdrawal, the best option for Iran would be to quickly exit the deal and return its nuclear program to what it was prior to the accord. If he announces that this is not case, n Congress may, réimposer sanctions against Iran.
In his speech, President Trump forcefully laid out the stakes for North Korea's combative leader, Kim Jong Un, saying the brutal dictator "is on a suicide mission for himself and for his regime". Thus far, the United Nations nuclear watchdog and the US State Department have reported that Tehran has complied with the terms of the nuclear deal.
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Iran will strengthen its missile capabilities and will not seek permission from any country to do so, Iran's President Hassan Rouhani said, addressing an armed forces parade in Tehran.
Petraeus advised that the United States should work with their allies in the Middle East in order to obtain peace, while Al Faisal warned that Iran's growing control over the region, especially in Syria, will come back to haunt the worldwide community.
Tillerson is "really pushing the president to recertify" the nuclear deal, according to the Free Beacon's source, and agrees with European leaders involved in the deal that it can be "fixed".
During his speech at the UN General Assembly on Tuesday, Trump said the JCPOA was "an embarrassment to the United States" and "one of the worst and most one-sided transactions the United States has ever entered into".
Rohani said Iran will not be the first party in the nuclear accord to violate the agreement.
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