“They are within our reach and we can hit them if the [Americans] make a move,” he said, according to a translation of his remarks carried by Reuters.
Hajizadeh said the missiles had been outfitted with improved precision capabilities, making it possible to hit targets over 500 kilometers away to within 30 meters accuracy.
Trump earlier this year pulled the US out of the 2015 nuclear agreement with Iran, putting sanctions back in place. The US administration had cited a lack of curbs on Iranian missile development as one of the flaws of the agreement.
In October, Iran fired ground to ground missiles at what it said were Islamic State terrorists in Eastern Syria in retaliation for an attack on a military parade weeks earlier. It said the missile traveled some 570 kilometers (350 miles).