It is interesting that the Iranian regime would post these photos at the same time relations with Saudi Arabia have broken down.
The photos were released after Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani visited the facility this week.
Tasmin News Agency reported:
Pictures from an underground missile facility of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) were released on Tuesday, after Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani paid a visit to the base.
Around 3 months after the IRGC Aerospace Force broadcast footage from a tunnel dug deep in the ground and filled with numerous ballistic missiles, photos of another missile city were made public on Tuesday.
Seen among the gear stored in a seemingly impregnable mountain base are the country’s “Emad” long-range ballistic missiles on their launch vehicles parked along an underground tunnel.
Back on October 14, 2015, when pictures from the first missile city dug some 500 meters under a mountain were broadcast, IRGC Aerospace Force Commander Brigadier General Amir Ali Hajizadeh had announced that the facility was only one of the numerous bases scattered across the country.
Later, IRGC Lieutenant Commander Brigadier General Hossein Salami said what was shown in October was footage from the “oldest” IRGC warehouse for stockpiling missiles.
Salami underlined that the Iranian guided missiles, with a range of 2,000 kilometers and pinpoint accuracy, can annihilate any fixed or mobile base at any distance with a zero margin of error.
In October 2015, Iran’s Defense Ministry successfully test-fired Emad, a long-range guided projectile that can hit targets with high precision.
In October Iran released footage of its first secret underground missile city.
The missile city even has a walking path with Israeli and American flags for the soldiers to walk on.