Russia’s S-400 air defense systems will help Iran shoot down American F-35 fighters

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MOSCOW, (BM) – Russian air defense systems deployed in Syria will provide Iran with all the necessary information about US attempts to attack the Islamic republic from the western direction, learned BulgarianMilitary.com, quoting AVIAPRO’s source.

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The capabilities of these Russian air defense / missile defense systems are enough to track the movement of any U.S. air force aircraft in western Iraq, eastern Jordan and northeastern Turkey.

According to experts, Iran is one of the few Russian military allies in this region, and in the event of a large-scale military conflict between the two sides, Russia will be ready to provide Tehran with any necessary assistance.

“At the moment, Russia has a unique opportunity to warn Iran about the movement of American and Israeli fighters from the western direction. We are talking about the use of powerful C-400 air defense radars, as well as the recently launched Container radar” the analyst notes.

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It should be clarified that world analysts assess the likelihood of a large-scale military conflict between the United States and Iran as very high, and it is likely that Iran’s supporters – Yemeni rebels, Hezbollah, People’s Mobilization Force in Iraq, etc. will also join the conflict.

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