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UN Security Council allows Russia to sell Su-35, Su-57 and S-400 to Iran


Russia was officially allowed to start selling state-of-the-art weapons to Iran.

The UN Security Council rejected the US resolution on the extension of the arms embargo against Iran, which means that already from the fall of this year, Russia, on completely legal grounds, can start selling state-of-the-art weapons to the Islamic Republic, including Su-35 and Su-57 fighters, and the S- 400 Triumphs, Ka-52 attack helicopters, etc., in which Iran itself is very much interested.

“The US resolution on the extension of the arms embargo against Iran did not receive the required number of votes in the UN Security Council, most countries abstained from voting. "Two countries voted for the resolution, two countries also voted against, 11 more countries abstained," he said. "Thus, the document has not been adopted." As it became known to TASS, Russia and China voted against, the United States and the Dominican Republic voted for; France, Great Britain, Belgium, Germany, Vietnam, South Africa, Indonesia, Niger, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Tunisia and Estonia abstained. The restrictions on the import of weapons into Iran under the terms of the nuclear deal expire on October 18, 2020 ", - about it сообщает Russian news agency "TASS".

Today, Iran is in great need of modernizing its air defense and air force, and Iran is of particular interest to the S-400 complexes, T-90 tanks, as well as fighters and helicopters, which Iran has directly stated.

According to some reports, Iran has already entered into contracts with Russian defense enterprises, and the supplies themselves will begin immediately after the embargo is lifted, i.e., in fact, Iran is already preparing to adopt Russian aircraft and air defense systems.

Iran will distract NATO a little !!!

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