MOSCOW (Sputnik) — According to the Fox News television channel’s Monday report, citing a senior US defense official, Tehran tested the missile on November 21 not far from the Pakistani border. The missile has a range of some 1,200 miles and is capable of carrying a nuclear warhead, the media outlet reported.
The channel claims that Iran had violated resolutions 1929 and 2231, which seek to curtail Iran’s activities involving ballistic missiles.
In October, Iran test-fired a new surface-to-surface Emad (Pillar) missile. The White House later said that the test was not in violation of the nuclear deal, but constituted an infringement on the UN resolution.
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