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BAKU, August 13 (Itar-Tass) - Russia and Iran have no agreements on supplies of Antey-2500 missile systems instead of S-300, Anatoly Isaikin, the CEO of Russian chief arms trader, Rosoboronexport, told journalists on Tuesday.
“It is difficult to say anything,” he said. “I can only say when any agreements were signed or when they would be signed. So far, there are none.”
It was reported earlier that Russia and Iran had agreed to supply Antey-2500 missile systems to Iran, instead of S-300 systems.