American general: US military option in Iran 'intact' despite Russian missiles

By REUTERS
April 16, 2015 22:17

 
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WASHINGTON - The US military option against Iran's nuclear program remains "intact" despite Russia's decision to go ahead with delivery of S-300 missile defense systems to Tehran, the top US military officer said on Thursday.

"We have known about the potential for that system to be sold to Iran for several years and have accounted for it in all of our planning," General Martin Dempsey told a news conference at the Pentagon.

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