Iran succeeded the development of air defense missile system similar to Russian S-300

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Wednesday, 10 November 2010, 11:37 AM

 
Iran succeeded the development of air defense missile system similar to Russian S-300.
 
 
Iran succeeded the development of air defense missile system similar to the Russian S-300 missiles, announced Wednesday 10 November 2010, at agency IRNA the spokesperson of the Iranian air defense Mohammad Hassan Mansurian.


According to him, this long range missile system, developed by specialists of the national military complex is at the final stage of construction and ready for the final firing test.

“In a short time, we will proceed to the first firing and I hope to be able to announce good news concerning the Iranian equivalent of S-300 Russian”, indicated the spokesperson.

In 2007, Teheran and Moscow signed a contract of an amount of approximately 800 million dollars relating to the deliveries in Iran of five divisions of S-300 PMU-1 missiles.

Russian president Dmitri Medvedev published Wednesday, September 22 a decree prohibiting the delivery of ground-to-air missiles S-300 in Iran, pursuant to the sanctions taken last June by the Security Council of UN, imposing restrictions for the supply of conventional weapons to Teheran, including missiles, tanks, combat helicopters, combat aircrafts and vessels.

 

 

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