'Iran missile activities legitimate based on intl. laws'

Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Nasser Kanaani has emphasized that the missile activities of the Islamic Republic are conventional and defensive as well as legitimate based on international laws.

Kanaani ruled out interventionist statements by certain Western states on the unveiling of Fattah missile, stipulating that these countries, that have a long history in violating international commitments in different fields of nuclear tests, non-proliferation regime, atomic missiles as well as destructive regional and international interference, do not deserve the right to comment on legitimate defensive capabilities of Iran.

The US, the UK and Australia, that signed AUKUS agreement, is an obvious discriminatory approach by nuclear powers in transferring technology and highly enriched uranium and in contradiction to the Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT), he noted.

Kanaani appreciated Iranian armed forces’ efforts to create effective deterrence in the face of foreign threats and in defending the national security of the Islamic Republic of Iran.

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