Iran to launch new cruise missile production

7 April 2011 - 11:11am

Iran will launch a new line of cruise missile production, Iranian Defense Minister Ahmed Vahidi said, FARS reports.

Vahidi said that they will present new achievements in defense industry. He did not give any details on the missiles.

The missiles are well-suited for flying at low altitude along the landscape, making their detection complicated. The cruise missiles are highly accurate.

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