Israel opposes Russias sale of S300 air defense system to Syria

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 Israel opposes Russias sale of S300 air defense system to Syria


April 23rd, local time, a Russian diplomatic official revealed that Israel asked Russia not to provide the advanced S-300 air defense missile system to the Syria government troops, while Tass quoted Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov as saying that it had not yet decided whether to provide S-300 air defense to Syria. System. Al - Jazeera Chinese network 24 Daily said in April that the Hebrew media quoted Russian diplomatic officials as saying that Israel asked Russia not to provide the S-300 air defense system to Syria, and the media also said the Israeli Foreign Ministry refused to comment on it. The media quoted Russian experts as saying that if Russia provided the air defense system to the Syria government troops, it was expected that the Israeli side would have a negative response and could bombard the areas that would deploy the air defense system. Earlier, Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov said Russia has not yet decided whether to provide S-300 air defense system to Syria. However, he added that if Russia takes this decision, it will be announced. Lavrov has announced that the Western air strikes on Syria have left Russia out of moral responsibility, which no longer prevents it from providing a missile system to the ally Assad regime. Russian media quoted the military news that Russia may start to provide the S-300 air defense system for Syria in the near future, but Moscow Kremlin refused to comment on it. Israel has repeatedly tried to persuade Russia to give up missile systems to Syria, because it fears that it will weaken its air strike advantage and thus cannot prevent Irans support from the Lebanese Hezbollah to acquire weapons. It is reported that the S-300 air defense system is more advanced than all the current air defense missile systems of the Syria regime. The system can not only shoot down the aircraft, but also intercept ballistic missiles with a range of more than 150 kilometers. The source of this article: Global Times - global network. More brilliant, please log on to World Wide Web http://www.huanqiu.com responsible editor: Lee Ying Ying _NBJS5961 Lavrov has announced that the Western air strikes on Syria have left Russia out of moral responsibility, which no longer prevents it from providing a missile system to the ally Assad regime. Russian media quoted the military news that Russia may start to provide the S-300 air defense system for Syria in the near future, but Moscow Kremlin refused to comment on it. Israel has repeatedly tried to persuade Russia to give up missile systems to Syria, because it fears that it will weaken its air strike advantage and thus cannot prevent Irans support from the Lebanese Hezbollah to acquire weapons. It is reported that the S-300 air defense system is more advanced than all the current air defense missile systems of the Syria regime. The system can not only shoot down the aircraft, but also intercept ballistic missiles with a range of more than 150 kilometers.