Tehran has demonstrated another achievement in the development of missile weapons. Iranian experts have created a new cruise missile capable of reaching Tel Aviv. Brigadier General Amir-Ali Hajizadeh, commander of the IRGC’s air force and aerospace forces since 2009, gave the details on local state television.
According to him, the range of the ammunition is 1650 km. The new missile is called Paveh and it has already started to replenish Iran’s arsenals. At the same time, the media showed footage of the theft and the use of ammunition as confirmation.
Apparently, this is a ground-based missile launcher, which is launched from the launcher container using a starter solid propellant booster, and after disconnecting the latter, the jet engine located above is lit and the wings open. There is little doubt that this missile defense system is a further development of the existing family of Iranian cruise missiles that Iran supplies to the Houthis in Yemen and they are known by their names in the Arabian Peninsula Quds – 1, Quds – 2 and Quds – 3.
In turn, the American agency Reuters reported that Iran had expanded its missile program, despite the objections and concerns of the United States and its allies, including those in Europe. However, Tehran assures that the mentioned program is purely defensive and deterrent and does not pose a threat to other states.
We remind you that in March 2016, it was Hajizade who said that the IRGC already had missiles capable of hitting Israel. It should be noted that in 2022, due to the “delivery of drones to Russia for use during the NWO in Ukraine”, Hajizade fell under the sanctions of the European Union, the United States, Canada, from Great Britain, Switzerland, Ukraine and Australia.
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