Obama on Iran missile test: There are costs to bad behaviour

2015-10-16 22:39
President Barack Obama (AP)

President Barack Obama (AP)

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Washington - Iran's ballistic missile test is the latest in a series of violations by Tehran regarding the use of missiles, and the US will continue to pressure Iran on the matter despite a nuclear agreement, President Barack Obama says.

Obama told a press conference on Friday that the nuclear deal solved a specific problem, but did not resolve all international concerns about Tehran's behaviour.

"We are going to have to continue to put pressure on them through the international community," Obama said.

"There are costs to bad behaviour in the region and around the world."

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