Russia says selling Irans S400 is no problem and Israel may try to stop it

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 Russia says selling Irans S400 is no problem and Israel may try to stop it


In August, the U.N. Security Council voted against the U.S. proposal to extend the arms embargo on Iran, which will expire on October 18.

However, the United States announced last month the unilateral resumption of sanctions against Iran and threatened to punish countries that violate the sanctions.

Russias ambassador to Iran, zagriyan, ignored the threat of U.S. sanctions, saying that after October 18, Russia would consider all Irans arms procurement needs, including S-400 air defense missiles.

Russia has provided Iran with S-300 air defense missiles before, and it will not be a problem to provide S-400 in the future. He said.

Israel has tried to prevent Russia from providing S-300 air defense missiles to Iran, but failed. It may continue to try to prevent Russia from providing S-400 air defense missiles to Iran in the future.

In 2015, Russia deployed S-400 air defense missiles in Syria, which can monitor most of Israels airspace and weaken Israels regional air superiority.

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