Iran General NewsRussia drops plan to supply S-300 missiles to Iran

Russia drops plan to supply S-300 missiles to Iran

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AFP: Russia has dropped plans to supply Iran with S-300 missiles because they are subject to international sanctions, the chief of the military’s general staff said, news agencies reported on Wednesday.

MOSCOW (AFP) — Russia has dropped plans to supply Iran with S-300 missiles because they are subject to international sanctions, the chief of the military’s general staff said, news agencies reported on Wednesday.

“A decision has been taken not to supply the S-300 to Iran, they undoubtedly fall under sanctions,” the chief of the general staff Nikolai Makarov said in an apparent reference to UN sanctions, the ITAR-TASS news agency reported.

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