Iran; Army reveals  new Rezvan  surface-to-surface ballistic missile

The Iranian Armed Forces unveiled on September 22 a surface-to-surface ballistic missile as President Ebrahim Raisi is in New York talking about peace in the region, Iran International reports. The new missile, dubbed Rezvan, was put on display during a nationwide military parade to mark what the Islamic Republic calls the Sacred Defense Week, which marks the start of the 1980-88 Iraq-Iran war.

Iran Unveils New Medium-Range Ballistic Missile: State TV

According to Iranian media, Rezvan is a liquid-fueled single-stage missile with a detachable warhead that has a range of up to 1,400 kilometers, and can be launched from a variety of fixed and mobile platforms, Iran International writes.

Iran; Army reveals  new Rezvan  surface-to-surface ballistic missile

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