Friday, February 5, 2016

Iranian Commander unveils plans to upgrade missile program

A senior Iranian Commander, Major General Ataollah Salehi, on Thursday unveiled plans for an upgrade in the Islamic Republic’s missile program.

In what has become routine in recent weeks, the commander reiterated Iran does not care about possible sanctions over its ballistic missile program.

“Iran’s future missile program will become more precise and stronger, and these are the deterrent weapons that pose no threat to our neighbors and friends, but are against enemies,” Salehi told reporters in Tehran, according to the Tasnim news agency.

Asked about a possible resolution by the UN Security Council restricting Iran’s missile program, he said Iran will not be bound to comply with those possible resolutions and the Armed Forces will not care about them. (READ MORE)