Iran on Monday has test-fired to more missiles during the military exercises in the Gulf.
"During the military drills in the south Iranian territorial waters, the new model of the SLCM named Nasir was test-fired and successfully hit its target", Dehqan said during a press conference without giving any further details about the missile.
Several Iranian news agencies reported that a laser-guided missile "Dehlaviyeh" had also been successfully tested.
Last month, Iran conducted a ballistic missile test sparking concern and resulting in Trump warning Tehran it had been "put on notice".
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A naval commander confirmed that Iran is carrying out naval drills in the Indian Ocean and at the mouth of the Gulf. It showed Iranian warships and helicopters taking part in the exercise.
Iran's navy held a massive annual drill in three locations on Sunday. Additionally, the Islamic Republic premiered its telemedicine medical assistance provision system, which allows Tehran to provide remote medical assistance in battlefields.
The shipping routes through the Bab el-Mandab and the Strait of Hormuz passing through the Yemeni and Iranian coasts are filled with tankers carrying millions of barrels of oil to Asia, the USA and Europe, round-the-clock. Throughout his election campaign, Trump accused the Obama administration of being weak on Iran, and he vowed to crack down if elected. The U.S. also has been considering fresh sanctions on the country, while Trump blamed former President Barack Obama's administration of being too easy on Iran. However, the new U.S. President has yet to unveil his plans on how exactly he is planning to undo the 2015 deal or if he's even still interested in doing so.
He claimed they violated the United Nations resolution but Iran rejected the claims.