North Korea ‘is helping Iran develop a nuclear ballistic missile that can travel 1,200 miles’, claim Iranian resistanceMay 10, 2018
NORTH Korea is “directly assisting” Iran in developing a nuclear-tipped ballistic missile capable of striking Israel, it has been claimed. An explosive report, obtained by Sun Online, details the Islamic Republic aggressive pursuit of a nuke-carrying rocket which can travel more than 1,200 miles.
The report, compiled by the National Council of Resistance of Iran, details how the head of the Middle Eastern country’s nuclear programme allegedly travelled to North Korea for the rogue state’s third nuclear test in 2013.
Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, dubbed the father of the Iranian bomb, arrived in the crackpot country using the pseudonym Dr. Hassan Mohseni, the report claims. Fakhrizadeh is said to have stayed at Hotel Koryo in Pyongyang while travelling with two other Iranian nuke experts.