UN ambassadors in France, Germany and the United Kingdom have issued a warning letter stating that Iran has the technology needed to launch nuclear missiles.
The footage which recently circulated on social media networks, also carries details on the flight test of Iran's Shahab-3 medium-range ballistic missile, the Associated Press reported.
The ambassadors asked UN Secretary-General Antonio Gutierrez to inform the Security Council that these ballistic missiles were 'inconsistent' with the UN Security Council proposals which endorsed the Nuclear deal proceeded by Iran in 2015.
The Shahab-3 missile kit is equipped with a maneuverable missile swap vehicle, which they say has been used as a missile technology regiment group-1 booster system for launching the missiles and could even utilized to launch nuclear weapons. A report released in 2015 by the International Nuclear Energy Agency states that detailed evidence for the arming of the Shahab-3 nuclear warship was reported in Iran between 2002 and 2003.
Iran is required not to carry out any missile-related ballistic missiles designed to operate, in accordance with the United Nations missile regulations.