With the termination of the UN arms restrictions, Iran’s arms trade with the world needs no prior consent from the United Nations Security Council.
Moscow will resume its military cooperation with Tehran following the termination of the UN Security Council’s arms restrictions against Iran.
An Iranian diplomat said the country has “many friends” to start trading in armaments with them in line with its national interests.
Iran will be able to freely sell and buy weapons as of October 18, as the UN arms embargo will be terminated under the 2015 nuclear deal, President Hassan Rouhani said.
Iran’s Defense Minister Brigadier General Amir Hatami mocked the US’ humiliating defeat after the rejection of its bid for the extension of a UN arms embargo on Iran, expressing Tehran’s readiness for arms trade with the friends.