NATO to strengthen control over Iran

PanARMENIAN.Net - NATO has adopted a decision on strengthening control over Iran's activities, in connection with the latter's decision to proceed with its nuclear program and extend military potential. Although alliance did not express special interest in plans for military resolution of Iranian conflict, alliance started discussion over operation's influence on alliance structures and facility construction.



"Iranian missiles can now reach Israel, however, Islamic Republic still sticks to the idea of developing its activities. We find that Iranian missiles with nuclear warheads will, in the near future, fly to Europe," MIGnews quotes NATO representative as saying.
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