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Iran Refuses To Negotiate Ballistic Missiles Unless U.S. & Europe Scrap Nuclear Arms

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According to a report by Reuters, a top Iranian military official said on Saturday that Iran will not negotiate over is ballistic missiles until the US and EU dismantle their nuclear weapons. State news agency IRNA quoted Iranian Armed Forces spokesman Masoud Jazayeri as saying, "The condition for negotiating Iran’s missiles is the destruction of the nuclear weapons and long-range missiles of the United States and Europe." Reuters reports that while Iran has accepted curbs on its nuclear program, the powerful nation has repeatedly refused to discuss its missile program.

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