Iran test-fired long-range missiles denied media reports vary
data for: September 28, 2009, Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard military exercises in the successful launch of a” Shahab-3 “medium-range ballistic missile.
Global Network reporter Li Zongze reported, a recent media reports that the Iranian Navy on December 31 in the Strait of Hormuz different range missile test. Iranian Navy 31, official denied the report, and pointed out that the relevant test activities will be held in the coming days.
British Reuters news December 31, said a senior Iranian navy commander denied that Iran will be 31 different types of long-range missile test reports, and that will be related to missile launches carried out in the coming days.
Agence France-Presse also reported that test activities are still prepared.
However, including the British Reuters, Iran’s Fars News Agency, including the semi-official media has previously reported that Iran’s navy in 31 naval exercises held during the test-related activities have been completed.
Iran Mousavi, 30, Navy spokesman said the exercises, the Iranian navy exercise in the 31 test-fired short-range period, remote, surface-, ground-such as different types of missiles. Iran now has, including “Meteor -3″ (Shahab-3), including long-range missile with a range can cover the Middle East Israel and the United States military bases.
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