British Foreign Secretary William Hague stated Wednesday, June 29: “Iran has also been carrying out covert ballistic missile tests and rocket launches, including testing missiles capable of delivering a nuclear payload in contravention of UN resolution 1929.”

This was reported first by debkafile last year and repeated in the face of US and Israeli denials. Hague was the first Western leader to confirm debkafile disclosures up to and including our report Tuesday on Iran’s 10-day exercise. Our military sources stressed that Iran’s plan to launch a monkey into space – and therefore a 330-kilo payload – by the Kavoshgar-5 was evidence that it had developed a rocket capable of delivering a nuclear warhead at any point on the planet.

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