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Dec 03, 2018
7:53AM

Iran dismisses US charges of violating UNSC resolution as ridiculous

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Iran today dismissed the US charges that Tehran's ballistic missile tests have violated the UN Security Council resolution 2231 as ridiculous. Iran's Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Qasemi said Tehran's missile programme has a defensive nature and is designed based on the needs of the country. Qasemi said, no resolution at the UN Security Council has banned Iran's missile programme or missile tests. 

A day earlier, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Iran's test of a medium range ballistic missile that is capable of carrying multiple warheads violates UNSCR 2231 resolution. 

Pompeo said the US condemns these activities and call upon Iran to cease immediately all activities relating to ballistic missiles designed to be capable of delivering nuclear weapons.
 

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