Iran has not launched September 23 ballistic missile, the recording of the tests, shown on state television, was made over seven months ago. On it informs TV channel Fox News, citing us officials.
TV channel sources, in particular, said that the video shows a failed rocket launch in January of this year. Soon after the launch it exploded, flying about 965 kilometers.
Video: @PressTV / Twitter
On 22 September Iran announced the successful test of a new ballistic missile Khorramshahr, which can carry multiple warheads. It was also presented at a military parade in Tehran.
It is noted that the missile range is two thousand kilometers.
Iran and the six international mediators (USA, Russia, China, Britain, France, and Germany) reached in mid-July 2015 agreement on Tehran’s nuclear program. The Islamic Republic pledged to restrict work in the field of uranium enrichment in exchange for lifting some sanctions.
On 23 September President of the United States Donald trump criticized Tehran for the launch and accused him of cooperation with Pyongyang.