Iran unveils Rezvan new surface-to-surface ballistic missile

The Iranian Armed Forces unveiled on September 22 a surface-to-surface ballistic missile as President Ebrahim Raisi is in New York talking about peace in the region, Iran International reports. The new missile, dubbed Rezvan, was put on display during a nationwide military parade to mark what the Islamic Republic calls the Sacred Defense Week, which marks the start of the 1980-88 Iraq-Iran war.
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Rezvan surface-to-surface ballistic missile (Picture source: Iran International)

According to Iranian media, Rezvan is a liquid-fueled single-stage missile with a detachable warhead that has a range of up to 1,400 kilometers, and can be launched from a variety of fixed and mobile platforms, Iran International writes.

During the parade, Kheybar-Shekan missile system -- developed by the Aerospace Division of the Revolutionary Guard -- was also put on display that has a range of 1,450 kilometers and Iran boasts about its high agility and pinpoint accuracy. It uses solid propellants and is said to be capable of penetrating into missile shields with high maneuverability during its landing stage.