Russia's S-300 Defense Missile System To Be Shipped To Iran Soon, Report Says

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(Worthy News) - Russia will begin the first shipment of the S-300 air defense missile system to Iran in the coming days, Interfax news agency quoted a senior Russian diplomat as saying Tuesday.

“I don't know if this will happen today, but they (S-300 missiles) will be loaded (for shipment to Iran)," the agency quoted Zamir Kabulov, a department chief at the Foreign Ministry, as saying.

Iran and Russia in 2007 signed an $800 million deal to deliver five S-300 missile systems to Iran. However, the contract was suspended in 2010 due to a United Nations Security Council resolution, which placed an embargo on arms deliveries until it was proved that Tehran had peaceful motives for its nuclear project. [ Source ]

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3 thoughts on “Russia's S-300 Defense Missile System To Be Shipped To Iran Soon, Report Says

  1. And that is why Israel told everyone to prepare for war the other day as these missiles will be taken out as fast as they are put in place , and likely many parts of Syria obliterated.

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