What No One Knows About News

Facts to Note about Iran Ballistic Missiles

Since JCPOA was signed for the joint comprehensive action plan to deal with the nuclear, Tehran’s ballistic missile program continue to pose a severe threat not only to the United States buts also its allies. What you will learn about this programs the strategic interest in the Middle East. What you should note is that Iran has test fired the misses at least ten times since 2015. They did this despite the that that UN has asked them to refrain from such actions.

What you should note is that Iran has not shown any sign of slowing down the growth. Learn more about the facts which surround this missile program. It all started in 1957 when Iran and the united states signed a civil nuclear cooperation agreement. When this was done, a year later Iran joins the International Atomic Energy Agency. Tehran Nuclear Research Center, was open in 1967, and to learn more about this, it has a small reactor supplied by the United States. Discover more that in 1976, Iran signs the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty.In the mid-70s with the US backing, Iran started to develop a nuclear power program.

In the 1979 Iran Muslim revolution then cut the western involvement with the program. One thing you should note about this is that China got involved in 1984, when they helped Iran open a nuclear research center in Isfahan. In 1998, US released info. stating that it has concerned the Iran nuclear energy program could lead to the development of nuclear weapons. In 2000 US president signs suctions against the people or organization that provide Iran with the nuclear program.

when you read more about these facts you will discover IAEA director general Mohamed ElBaradei visits Iran to inspect the nuclear activities and encourage Iran to sign protocol allowing IAEA inspector faster access to the nuclear sites in 2003 When you read more you will find that Iran did not sign the protocol. In the same year Ian appeared to have Uranium enriched equipment in the site. Iran claimed that they were using it to generate electricity. When question about this, Iran claimed they do everything under the watchful eye of IAEA.

The foreign ministers of the EU were not happy with this and asked the Iran program be under the UN security council. Rather than comply to this request the foreign minister of Iran said that it is a government under law and might even stop the IAEA random inspections. Due to this the UN security council decided to impose sanctions against Iran due to failing to suspend the Nuclear program. Though this is the case in 2007 Iran expanded all its activities. From then on, there has been speculation of whether there are any missiles devolved in Iran or not. Iran states that this is not accurate.