Iran to Unveil New Home-Made Ballistic Missiles Next Week

TEHRAN (FNA)- Iran announced on Wednesday that it plans to unveil a number of newly-manufactured home-made ballistic missiles on May 24. Speaking to reporters on Wednesday, Iranian Defense Minister Brigadier General Ahmad Vahidi said a number of new defense products, “including some vessels, ballistic missiles and new ammunitions will come into use on the occasion of Khorramshahr Liberation Anniversary (1982)”. Former Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein’s forces captured the port city of Khorramshahr on October 26, 1980 in a surprise attack on the early days of Iraqi-imposed war on Iran (1980-1988) but Iranian forces liberated the city on 3rd of Khordad (May 24, 1982) in a massive military operation named ‘Beit-al-Moqaddas’. Vahidi explained that the newly produced ballistic missiles to be unveiled on May 24 are the product of hard work and extensive research by Iranian experts, adding that they will be delivered to the Iranian Armed Forces in an official ceremony in the near future. Iran has made giant progress in missile-production technology during the last decade. In a recent case, Commander of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps Major General Mohammad Ali Jafari announced in February that the IRGC has started mass-production of a recently-developed smart anti-ship ballistic missile. “The IRGC’s smart ballistic missiles are now in mass-production and this type of missiles can hit and destroy targets with high-precision,” Jafari told reporters in a news c… >>>

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