NCRI - The cooperation between the Iranian regime and North Korea in the missile and nuclear fields is a dangerous matter.
North Korea tests nuclear weapons, and the Iranian regime is pursuing nuclear weapons and there is military and nuclear cooperation between the two countries.
Reports indicate that the regime in Iran has used North Korean missile technology from the outset. The two countries are collaborating on designing and building these missiles. The missiles claimed by the Iranian regime are very much like North Korea's missiles.
While North Korea conducts nuclear tests on its soil, the Iranian regime is testing its ballistic missiles. This regime, with interference in the Middle East, destabilizes the region.
“Missile technology is not separate from the effort to acquire nuclear weapons,” said Nicky Haley, the U.S. ambassador to the U.N. “North Korea has proved this.”
The United States believes the regime has repeatedly violated the nuclear deal. “The Iranian regime has repeatedly threatened to break the nuclear deal and return to its nuclear program more than before,” said Nicky Haley.
It is clear that the Iranian regime is trying to continue its missile programs because the regime believes that the reasons for the failure to overthrow the North Korean regime is that the U.S. cannot treat North Korea the same as Saddam Hussein because this regime has nuclear weapons.
The cooperation between the Iranian regime and North Korea began in the mid-1980s, and has continued despite the pressures on North Korea and the regime in Iran.