Azerbaijan, Baku, July 4 /Trend S.Isayev, T. Jafarov/
Iran tested its "Khalij Fars" missiles as part of the third day of "Great Prophet 7" military drills today, Fars reported.
Iran's IRGC continues its military drills today, which started on June 2.
Yesterday Iran's Revolutionary Guards tested the various range missiles (Shahab I, II and III, Zelzal, Fateh, Tondar, Qiyam) stationed in various locations across the country to bomb fake targets in country's Semnan and Lut deserts.
Hajizadeh said that on the third day of the drills, naval military maneuvers will take place in an area of Persian Gulf and the Hormuz Strait.
Today at the maneuvers, IRGC also tested jet fighters and unmanned aircrafts.
The "Great Prophet IV" land exercises were held in Iran in June-July of 2011. During those, Iran introduced missiles launched from an underground launcher and tested the Fateh-10 missile.
According to Tehran, the exercises were held solely to demonstrate the country's defense abilities under the slogan "peace and friendship."
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