Iran reportedly tests ballistic missile violating UN Security Council resolutions

Western intelligence reports claim Iran test of ballistic missiles; Reports of coordinated drills between Israel & Greece

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Iran has reportedly violated two UN Security Council resolutions when it tested new medium-range ballistic missiles at the end of November.

The report, which was released initially by Fox News citing Western intelligence sources, claims that Iran tested ballistic missiles near Chabahar on the border with Pakistan on November 21, 2015, the tested missile traveling within Iranian territory.

There are two UN resolutions that remain valid under the nuclear agreement which bans Iran from testing ballistic missiles.

While Iran claims its nuclear program is peaceful, it continues to develop military capabilities. Last week, Russia began supplying Iran with contracted S-300 missiles.

Israel reportedly held coordinated drills with Greece in May of this year on an activated S-300 anti-aircraft system which was sold to Cyprus 18 years ago. Reports claim Israeli warplanes tested the S-300 lock-on system.