Iran claims to develop cruise missile

The commander of Iran’s Revolutionary Guard has said that Iran has developed a cruise missile with a range of 1,650 kilometers.

According to the Reuters news agency, Amir Ali Hajizadeh, head of the Revolutionary Guard Aerospace Force, told Iran’s state TV that “our cruise missile with a range of 1,650 kilometers has been added to the missile arsenal of the Islamic Republic of Iran.” Is.”

Hajizadeh said Iran did not want to kill “poor soldiers” when it launched a ballistic missile attack on US-led forces in Iraq after Iranian military commander Qassem Soleimani was killed in a 2020 US drone strike in Baghdad.

“We are looking to kill Trump,” Hajizada said in a television interview. (Former Secretary of State Mike) Pompeo and the military commanders who ordered (the killing of Soleimani) should be killed.”

Iranian leaders have often expressed their determination to avenge Qassem Soleimani. Iran has expanded its missile program, especially its ballistic missiles, despite opposition from the United States and concerns expressed by European countries.

Tehran says that this program is purely defensive and deterrent in nature.

Iran says it supplied drones to Moscow before the start of the war in Ukraine. Russia has used these drones to target power stations and civilian infrastructure.

It should be noted that in November, the US Department of Defense, the Pentagon, said that the US had doubts about the reports in which Hajizadeh said that Iran had developed a hypersonic ballistic missile.

The information for this news has been taken from the news agency ‘Reuters’.

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