Iran’s parliament voted to boost spending on its elite Revolutionary Guards force and missile program in response to new U.S. sanctions. An additional 20 ...
DUBAI (Reuters) - Iran's parliament gave initial approval on Sunday to a bill to boost spending on Tehran's missile program and the elite Revolutionary Guards in retaliation for new sanctions imposed by the United States.
Citing recent US sanctions and 'adventurism', Tehran plans to bolster its ballistic missile system as tensions rise.
Iran's parliament has approved more than half a billion dollars in funding for the country's missile programme and foreign operations in reaction to US sanctions.
Iran’s parliament voted Sunday to increase funding for the country’s military forces and ballistic missile program, the country’s latest response to the renewed pressure of sanctions leveled by President Donald Trump.
IRAN’S parliament on Sunday approved more than half a billion dollars in funding for the country’s missile program and foreign operations of the elite Revolutionary Guards in response to US sanctions.
Tehran's parliament approves a proposed bill to boost military funding in response to US sanctions.
By a huge majority, members of Iran’s parliament voted Sunday to increase spending on the nation’s ballistic missile program and finance its paramilitary Revolutionary Guard.