Iran experimenting with new missile system but where is Russia’s S300?
The Islamic Republic of Iran Khatam al-Anbia Air Defense Base, broadcasted a video of the new “Zahra 3” air defense system
The Islamic Republic of Iran Khatam al-Anbia Air Defense Base, broadcasted on Tuesday morning, a video of the new “Zahra 3” air defense system.
The Air Defense remained silent on the S 300 missile system that Tehran received from Moscow a month ago and has not been experimented yet, without giving any clarification on the reasons for the delay.
The Air Defense base unveiled the missile system, which appears to be the third generation of the “Ya Zahra system,” within the sky state maneuvers which were launched last Monday. They also uncovered a new air defense missile system named Mersad.
Where are the S300 Russian air defense systems?
In a time when Iran is constantly developing and manufacturing new defense systems such as “Ya Zahra 3” and “Mersad;” the urgent question that arises is: Why haven’t Iran tried the S300 missile system that it received from Russia last month after long years of waiting. Moscow’s delay in delivering the system in question caused tension between the two sides.
The commander of the Air defense base promised to demonstrate the Russian missiles, but did not give any specifications on the time, which raises doubts about the full commitment of Russia in this regard.
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