Iran's Deputy Chief of Staff said on Saturday that Tehran will not discuss its missile program with the West until the USA and others dismantle their nuclear weapons and long-range missiles.
Iran can not remain indifferent to moves aimed at equipping neighboring countries with arms on a daily basis, he added, emphasizing that Iran is a "big and the most important country in the region".
They argue curbs on Iran's missile program and regional activities will convince US President Donald Trump not to "terminate" the 2015 nuclear deal.
Russian Federation and the other parties to the Iran nuclear deal consider the Islamic Republic compliant and have voiced concerns over Washington's stance.
Under the USA pressures, Europe has stepped up pressures on Iran to start negotiations on the country's developing missile programme.
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"If Le Drian's visit is aimed at reinforcing our relations, he would do well to avoid negative positions", Velayati added.
"You know that the Iranian people have good memories of the Japanese people, and Japan is an important country for Iran, and because of this, it has an important place", he said, referring to his former meetings with Japan's foreign minister and Shinzo Abe and other officials.
The US has repeatedly claimed that Iran's missile program is in violation of United Nations Security Council Resolution 2231, which endorses the JCPOA.
Iran's armed forces spokesman said on Saturday that there can be no talks on the country´s missile programme without the West´s destruction of its nuclear weapons and long-range missiles.
The Saturday report quotes armed forces spokesman Gen.Masoud Jazayeri as saying "The precondition for negotiation over Iran's missiles is the dismantling of the US and Europe's nuclear weapons and long-range missiles". He also blasted Iran's Missile program, saying that Tehran had been put "on notice" for testing ballistic missiles.