Iran’s missile force is the largest in the Middle East, and it has an infrastructure that enables it to develop new missiles with insane capabilities, including ballistic and winged missiles, the American magazine “National Interest” mentioned.
Iran continues to develop its missile capabilities despite the American demands for Tehran to give up any missiles capable of carrying nuclear warheads.
According to “National Interest”, Iran has the largest missile arsenal in the Middle East and it is the most diverse in terms of missile models and the range of each.
Iran’s missile arsenal includes thousands of short and medium-range missiles that are able to carry out attacks against targets in Israel and beyond to southeastern Europe, including ballistic and cruise missiles.
However, the magazine claims that Iran does not have the types of intercontinental ballistic missiles that countries such as the U.S., Russia, China, France, and Britain have and can carry out nuclear attacks on any target anywhere around the world.
The article author, citing U.S. reports, also claimed that if Iran wanted to acquire ICBMs, it would be able to develop them within a period of 5 to 10 years.