Iran will not compromise on self-defence capability

Tehran insists it has the right to self-defence and an independent foreign policy.

    To save the 2015 nuclear deal, European leaders may look for concessions on Iran's ballistic missile programme.

    Its strategy in Syria, Lebanon and Yemen could also be questioned.

    But Iran insists it has the right to self-defence and an independent foreign policy.

     

    Al Jazeera's Zein Basravi reports from Tehran, Iran.


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