Iran received the new Russian S-300s and began their urgent deployment. Video

Iran began a large-scale deployment of S-300 air defense systems received from Russia.

Iran began an emergency deployment of S-300 anti-aircraft missile systems on its territory. The reason for this was a likely air strike on the Iranian nuclear military center, however, sources report that the captured anti-aircraft guided missiles transported by tractors could be transported several days ago from Russia across the Caspian Sea.

In the presented video you can see several tractors transporting anti-aircraft guided missiles. It is not known exactly where these video frames were made, however, according to a source, the missiles could have been redirected from Russia, moreover, since air defense systems are not classified as offensive weapons, they do not fall under UN sanctions, and therefore Russia could not report on a deal with Tehran.

The Russian S-300 systems are by far the most long-range, among Iran’s armaments, and, obviously, Tehran is ready to start using them, realizing that the strike on the country's nuclear military facility, and judging by satellite images, we are talking about it, may result in a new confrontation in the Middle East.

It should be noted that not all analysts are inclined to believe that the anti-aircraft guided missiles presented on the video were delivered from Russia, since today Iran is one of the operators of these complexes, and, therefore, it has enough anti-aircraft guided missiles.

Earlier it was suggested that a strike on Iran was carried out by combat aircraft from the airspace of Azerbaijan.