Iran announces missile launch as nuclear deal talks resume

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Iran will launch the missile amid renewed talks on the country’s nuclear program, Iranian state media reported Sunday.

In recent years, Iran has conducted numerous missile launches, some of which ended in failure. The Iranian regime is getting more aggressive as new nuclear talks with some of the country’s naval vessels draw near. challenging a pair of US ships last week.

Iran is also ready increase its uranium enrichment capacity, according to a report by the United Nations International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).

Experts say the development is a warning signal to the US that Iran is seeking concessions in the upcoming indirect talks.

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FILE - This October A file photo taken October 26, 2010 shows a worker cycling in front of the reactor building at the Bushehr Nuclear Power Plant, near the southern town of Bushehr.  Iran's only nuclear power plant has undergone a temporary emergency shutdown, state television reported on Sunday, June 20, 2021.  Gholamali Rahshanimer, a spokesman for the state-owned electricity company, said on a talk show that the shutdown of the nuclear power plant in Bushehr began on Saturday and will be the last "for three or four days." (AP Photo/More News Agency, Majid Asgaripur, file)

FILE – This October A file photo taken October 26, 2010 shows a worker cycling in front of the reactor building at the Bushehr Nuclear Power Plant, near the southern town of Bushehr. Iran’s only nuclear power plant has undergone a temporary emergency shutdown, state television reported on Sunday, June 20, 2021. Gholamali Rahshanimer, a spokesman for the state-owned electricity company, said on a talk show that the shutdown of the Bushehr nuclear power plant began on Saturday and will last “for three to four days.” (AP Photo/More News Agency, Majid Asgaripur, file)

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“Iran’s nuclear escalation strategy continues to be driven by two types of actions: expanding the scope and scope of the program through facts on the ground while reducing the IAEA’s monitoring and verification capabilities,” said Behnam Ben Taleblu, senior fellow at the Defense Democracy Foundation, who focused on Iran’s security, Fox News Digital said last week. “This combination of fewer eyes and more anxiety is designed to scare Washington into making further concessions in Vienna.”

Previous talks with Iran broke down after the US refused to lift sanctions on the Iranian Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC).

President Joe Biden a trip to Saudi Arabia is planned for the end of this week. While his agenda is primarily about oil prices, he is also expected to support a new round of talks.

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Iran has reneged on many of the commitments it made in Nuclear deal 2015 after the US withdrew from it under former President Donald Trump. The Biden administration has made little headway towards another deal.