The United States is analyzing and searching to confirm reports that Iran launched a ballistic missile last month in violation of U.N. Security Council resolutions, U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Samantha Power said on Tuesday.

“U.S. conducting a serious review of alleged Iran missile test reported the incident,” Power told reporters after a meeting of the Security Council on separate issues.

She said that if Washington confirmed the reports that Iran tested a medium-range ballistic missile on Nov. 21 in violation of U.N. resolutions, the United States would bring the issue to the 15-nation council and seek out a proper action.

A Western diplomatic resource said last week on condition of anonymity that the test of a Ghadr-110, a spinoff of the Shahab-3 missile, held near Chabahar, a port city near Iran’s border with Pakistan. He said it was a liquid-fueled missile with a 1,900 km (1,180 miles) range and was capable of carrying a nuclear warhead.

All ballistic missile tests by Iran banned under a 2010 Security Council resolution that remains valid until a nuclear deal between Iran and six world powers implemented.

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