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The US May Sanction Iran - But That Won't Stop Iran's Missile Program

30 October 2017

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has said that Tehran will continue to produce missiles for defence purposes and does not believe it to be a violation of global accords, Al Jazeera reported.

Amano came to Iran at his own request, Salehi said, adding that this occurred while the US President Donald Trump has created a sensitive condition by his stance regarding the nuclear deal signed between Tehran and six world powers in 2015.

In a much-awaited speech on October 13, Trump refused to certify Iran's compliance to the nuclear pact.

Iran denies seeking nuclear weapons and says it has no plans to build nuclear-capable missiles.

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Since January 2016, the IAEA has monitored Iran's nuclear commitments under the nuclear agreement and conducted verification checks, said Amano.

Amano made the remarks in a press conference with Iran's nuclear chief Ali Akbar Salehi.

"So far, eight times, the IAEA has released reports that state that Iran has met its commitments fully", Salehi said.

In a speech carried on nationwide television, Rouhani insisted that no global agreements prohibit the development of such non-nuclear weapons, and that Iran has a right to produce them for its own defense.

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Sunday, Rouhani said Iran's missile program doesn't violate the terms of the deal and that the in violation of the agreement for refusing to recertify it.

"To defend our nation and territorial integrity, we will build all the weapons we will need", Hassan Rouhani told parliament in statements broadcast on state television.

The U.S. Congress now has less than 60 days to decide whether to reimpose economic sanctions on Tehran that were lifted under the deal, in exchange for restrictions on Iran's nuclear activities.

A country that has signed an worldwide and multilateral agreement does not have the right to deal with it in whatever way it likes, Rouhani said, referring to the US administration's treatment and interpretation of the deal.

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The US May Sanction Iran - But That Won't Stop Iran's Missile Program