Russia to start deliveries of S-300 missiles to Iran in coming days

'I don't know if this will happen today, but they (S-300 missiles) will be loaded (for shipment)' Zamir Kabulov


Reuters April 05, 2016
PHOTO: Raha press

MOSCOW: Russia will begin the first shipment of its S-300 air defence missile systems to Iran in the coming days, Interfax news agency quoted a senior Russian diplomat as saying on 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.

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Bunny Rabbit | 5 years ago | Reply Thats right ... put more and more money into destruction and chaos .
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