Iran’s military products are qualified enough to be exported to foreign countries, an Iranian minister said.
Defense Minister Brigadier General Hossein Dehghan said that the efficiency of Iranian weapons has improved as the country has used new technologies for weapons production, Tasnim news agency reported.
That is why demand for Iranian weaponry has increased, he added.
The minister further stated that the country faces no difficulties in providing fuses to be used in artillery and air bombs as well as missiles.
On May 25 the defense ministry launched several production lines for making proximity fuses that are used in missiles.
Media reports suggest that Iran maintains dozens of short, medium and long-range ballistic missiles with one of the largest missile arsenals in the Middle East.
Although several Western and regional countries have expressed concerns over Iran’s missile program, the Islamic Republic has repeatedly said that its military might poses no threat to other countries, reiterating that its defense doctrine is merely based on deterrence.