Washington and allies are demanding action in the United Nations after Iran missile test
22-10-2015 11:12 AM
UNITED NATIONS, (Reuters) -
called on the United States, Britain, France and Germany, the Committee on sanctions Iran to the Security Council of the United Nations to take action in response to the missile test by Tehran, which said it violated a ban imposed by the international organization.
She said the four countries in the message containing the details of missile test The ballistic missile "capable nature of carrying a nuclear weapon."
sent the letter seen by Reuters to the Commission after the United States raised the matter in the Security Council, which has 15 members.
They said in the letter, "We trust that this information the Commission will assist in the responsibility to discuss the matter and take measure appropriate response to violations of Security Council resolutions of the United Nations.
"Iran said earlier this month that it had tested a missile Palisa new accurately prompt.
Diplomats say it is also possible that the sanctions committee include individuals or other entities from Iran on a black list of current Nations if it considers that the missile test violated the United Nations embargo. But they pointed out that Russia and China, which oppose the imposition of sanctions on Iran's missile program has been blocking any such action.
The US ambassador to the United Nations Samantha Power said in a statement Wednesday, "will continue to the United States, the Security Council urged to respond effectively to any future violations. . full and robust implementation of all United Nations action in question is very important and will remain so.
"Iran has rejected the US assessment that says the rocket, which was used in the experiment is capable of carrying a nuclear warhead.
The news agency quoted the Islamic Republic of Iran from the Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif, as saying Saturday "is not designed any of the Islamic Republic of Iran missiles to have the ability (of carrying weapons of nuclear)."
prohibits the decision issued by the UN Security Council in 2010, making Iran the experiences of ballistic missiles, a decision remains in force to implement the nuclear deal between Iran and the six world powers.
Under that agreement, which was concluded on 14 July most of the sanctions imposed on Iran will raise in exchange for limits on its nuclear program.
As soon as the agreement enters into force, Iran will continue to "claim" to refrain from any action in the field designed ballistic missiles to carry nuclear weapons for a period of up to eight years.
US and European officials say it is unlikely to implement the agreement in full before next year.
The agreement allows supply Iran with ballistic missile technology with the consent of the Security Council, but the United States has pledged to veto such requests.
and US officials say the missile test does not violate the agreement nuclear program.
He agreed Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei on Wednesday on the terms of the nuclear deal, but said that none of the six world powers to impose any sanctions on any level and under any pretext would be a violation of the agreement.
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