Iran says it will not accept any restrictions on missile program

By REUTERS
December 16, 2015 18:42

 
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DUBAI - Iran's defense minister Hossein Dehghan said on Wednesday the Islamic Republic would not accept any restrictions on its missile program and would continue its tests.

"We tested Emad, which is a conventional missile (on October 11) to show the world that the Islamic Republic will only act based on its national interests and no country or power can impose its will on Iran," Dehghan was quoted as saying by the state news agency, IRNA.

"Iran will not accept any restrictions on its missile program," he added.

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