Iran has issued a chilling threat to Europe – warning it will increase its missile range so rockets can be launched at the continent.  The deputy head of Iran’s Revolutionary Guards warned that it may increase the range of missiles to over 2,000 km – enough to strike Europe. Brigadier General Hossein Salami said: “If we have kept the range of our missiles to 2000 kilometers, it’s not due to lack of technology –

we are following a strategic doctrine. “So far we have felt that Europe is not a threat, so we did not increase the range of our missiles. “But if Europe wants to turn into a threat, we will increase the range of our missiles.” His comments come after France called for an “uncompromising” dialogue with the Islamic Republic about its ballistic missile programme. But Iran has repeatedly said its missile programme is defensive and it will not negotiate on it. READ MORE