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Iran’s envoy to the UN has denounced US attempts to portray Tehran’s conventional missile program as a breach of Security Council Resolution 2231 that endorsed a 2015 nuclear deal, saying Washington must first explain why it has, itself, violated that international document by abandoning the landmark agreement.

Majid Takht-e Ravanchi said Thursday that American officials are after creating a negative atmosphere against Iran’s missile work at the world body, reaffirming that Iran’s missile activities are not inconsistent with Resolution 2231 contrary to what the US claims.

He added that a US State Department official has met with members of the UN Security Council and the world body’s Secretariat about Iran’s missile activities with the intention of promoting Washington’s false allegations against Tehran

“Our stance is clear; [the issue] of our missiles does not fall at all within the framework of Resolution 2231,” Takht-e Ravanchi stressed.

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