Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, while speaking during the parade, said Tehran would press ahead with strengthening its missile capabilities and military defenses.
The United States has imposed unilateral sanctions on Iran, saying its missile tests violate a U.N. resolution, which calls on Tehran not to undertake activities related to missiles capable of delivering nuclear weapons.
"The specification of this missile is that it can carry several warheads instead of one to hit several targets", he added.
Haley said at the time that the worldwide community has powerful incentives to keep the Iranian nuclear deal in place, and at the same time is reluctant to address the regime's "so-called non-nuclear violations", referring to the ballistic missile technology.
The new ballistic missiles that is capable of carrying multiple nuclear warheads has a range of 1,200km, this is most likely going to infuriate Washington.
President Rouhani has vowed to strengthen Iran's ballistic missile programme, defying American warnings that Tehran was breaching its nuclear pact with the West.
Iran has successfully launched a ballistic missile with a range of 2,000 km, in strong retaliation against Trump's anti-Iran remarks in UN General Assembly.
"We will strengthen our defence and military capabilities ... whether you want it or not", Rouhani said, a direct response to Trump's speech at the UN General Assembly this week.
We saw a few months back that Trump openly criticized Iran for not giving any details regarding its nuclear or mass weaponization program. At the time, President Trump tweeted that his administration would be less "kind" to Iran in the face of such tests.
Thus far, the United Nations nuclear watchdog and the US State Department have reported that Tehran has complied with the terms of the nuclear deal.
"The U.S. and the Zionist regime have isolated themselves by expressing opposition to the nuclear agreement, which is hailed by the entire world community as a win for global diplomacy", he said.
The most recent achievements of the Iranian armed forces in the missile industry, equipment for the ground, naval and air defense forces as well as communications gear were displayed in the events.
"Rouhani is playing hardball", said Sanam Vakil, an Iran scholar at Chatham House, a think tank in London, and at the Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies at Johns Hopkins University.