Russia is not against arms supplies to Iran after the expiration of the embargo

Russia is not against arms supplies to Iran after the expiration of the embargo

Russia does not exclude the possibility of deliveries of weapons and military equipment to Iran. Negotiations on this topic may begin after the lifting of the five-year arms embargo imposed on Tehran of the UN Security Council. This was stated by the director of the second department of the Russian Foreign Ministry Zamir Kabulov.


Earlier, Iranian Ambassador to Russia Kazem Jalali in an interview with RIA News stated that Tehran is planning arms purchases after the lifting of the embargo, and has already received relevant proposals from a number of countries. Iran does not deny the desire to receive some types of Russian weapons.

In response to this, Russia reported that so far there have been no negotiations on supplies weapons Iran is not being led, but they (negotiations) are quite real, since the UN Security Council’s arms embargo on Tehran will cease to apply in the fall.

After its elimination, Iran is a sovereign country, no less than Russia, and this is its right to contact us

- said Kabulov.

However, not everything is as simple as Tehran believes. The United States, in anticipation of the end of the embargo that expires in October this year, intends to make every possible effort to extend the regime of restrictions. According to the head of the US State Department, Mike Pompeo, Washington will take various actions to prevent Iran from purchasing arms from Russia and China.

In turn, the Russian Foreign Ministry officially stated that Iran had complied with the arms embargo for five years and that at present the UN sees no reason to extend it.
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  1. Shadow041 13 May 2020 12: 25 New
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    Is it worth the Russian Federation to generally support the embargo of countries that have imposed sanctions against the Russian Federation itself ?! As for me, it’s not worth it!
    1. Cyril G ... 13 May 2020 12: 31 New
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      The fact is not worth it. It is possible, for example, to put the old Su-27 and MiG-29 out of the availability for free, provided that Iran pays for modernization with the installation of a new avionics. Then you can put the S-400 and Su-30cm
      1. novel66 13 May 2020 12: 35 New
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        well, or we are in the UN Security Council or not, it’s impossible not to fulfill our own decisions
        1. Pete mitchell 13 May 2020 12: 45 New
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          hi Roman, sometimes it seems to me that 'partners' actively exploit the tradition of the Russian Federation to fulfill their obligations: I would like to teach them a lesson
          1. novel66 13 May 2020 12: 49 New
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            ours to you! hi I agree, gentlemen got it
            1. Pete mitchell 13 May 2020 12: 51 New
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              As the English themselves say - gentlemen's agreements are valid if concluded by gentlemen. They gave so many reasons dunk them, which is not clear why not used until now
              1. novel66 13 May 2020 12: 58 New
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                and why verbally dunk? or candelabra on the head. either silent ..
                1. Pete mitchell 13 May 2020 13: 09 New
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                  Roman, how are you not so democratically . lol but traditionally good Baseball in Russia has not taken root, but bats are popular - and rightly so
                  1. novel66 13 May 2020 13: 12 New
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                    but in the car it’s already impossible to carry a bat without a ball (you can use a mace from thin gymnastics) (Tramp, are we not for YOU?)
                    1. Pete mitchell 13 May 2020 13: 29 New
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                      Quote: novel xnumx
                      you can’t carry a bat without a ball in a car

                      Well, I think no one will check at the entrance to the UN Security Council, in gentlemanly terms.
                      Rum, a long time ago, but let me maintain a high style wink
                      1. novel66 13 May 2020 13: 32 New
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                        oceans !! kind of gentlemanly !! (should a gentleman if he borrowed lol )
                    2. Rzzz 13 May 2020 23: 01 New
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                      Quote: novel xnumx
                      a bat without a ball is no longer possible (

                      You can carry an ax. The argument is stronger than the bits. Especially a fire ax, with a horn on the other side.
                      1. novel66 13 May 2020 23: 03 New
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                        too fatal, it’s better to borrow a rolling pin from your wife, or carry a gymnastic stick
        2. really 13 May 2020 13: 15 New
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          It’s even possible, any politician will tell you how easy it is laughing
        3. NordUral 13 May 2020 17: 35 New
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          With these we may not be in the Security Council. Everything goes to this, alas.
      2. V.I.P. 13 May 2020 12: 40 New
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        They are unlikely to buy the old Su-27 and MiG-29. China will offer them new planes. it will also provide a soft loan)) ... Yes, and China has something to offer from air defense systems .... The question is whether there is money for this in Iran. During the decline of all economies, smart countries will not give anything to anyone thanks)) ....
        1. Shadow041 13 May 2020 14: 01 New
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          China is strongly tied to trade with the United States, it has something to lose, and the Russian Federation, against which a lot of sanctions have been introduced and whose trade with the United States is negligible, has nothing to lose. Relations with the United States are ruined on the initiative of the United States and the Yankees are not going to reckon with the Russian Federation ... so the most reasonable thing is to send them to the forest.
          1. NordUral 13 May 2020 17: 36 New
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            We will send after the presidential election, if we wake up to them.
          2. CSKA 14 May 2020 09: 59 New
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            Quote: Shadow041
            China is heavily tied to trade with the United States, it has something to lose

            This does not affect the foreign policy of China. The US threatened China with sanctions for the purchase of Su-35 and S-400 from Russia, and oil from Iran, and so what? China still bought everything.
        2. bayard 13 May 2020 14: 26 New
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          Quote: V.I.P.
          China will offer them new planes. also provide a soft loan)) ..

          Yes, it’s kind of decided how Russia will deliver heavy fighters, China light ones, air defense and other weapons with a mix from both. Iran owes both Russia and China a nuclear deal, and the "non-renewal" of these sanctions at the request of the United States depends on both of our countries.
          From China’s deliveries of its J-10 to Russia, Russia will also profit, because the engines there are ours - AL-31F.
          Their air defense and their samples appeared not bad, but the S-400 can be delivered. China will most likely build ships for them, and tanks — they have been riveting T-72s for a long time under license, to sell them a license for T-90s and car kits (like India).
          And the Arabian monarchies will be completely sad.
          1. CSKA 14 May 2020 10: 15 New
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            China will build ships for them soon

            Well, we can deliver the Varshavyanka diesel-electric submarines to them, as well as RTOs of Karakurt and corvettes 20385. But I think that they would like to buy project 22350 as well. All the same, at the beginning and considering that all the same, that we have what the PRC will take on credit, then the air defense, air force (a little) and electronic warfare.
            1. bayard 14 May 2020 18: 45 New
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              On the “Varshavyanki” - it’s not a question, we can deliver it, and quite quickly, but it’s unlikely that they will get into corvettes 20385 - they are weak with diesel engines. Speeds 25 - 26 knots ... this is not exactly what you need. And they are built for a long time.
              It is much more convenient for Iran to order Chinese diesel frigates - quickly and inexpensively, 8 missile launchers in the UKKS, air defense missile systems, good seaworthiness, were built in a huge series, so the risks are minimal. And China can deliver them corvettes. Simpler than ours, but also cheaper ... and faster.
              About 22350 for export is too early to say - the GEM has not been worked out. By the end of the year, factory-running frigates should begin with the first domestic power plant ... then an operational check and their own over-tightened program.
              We will return Nikolaev to ourselves - we can build at least for the whole World.
              1. CSKA 18 May 2020 15: 26 New
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                Quote: bayard
                On the “Varshavyanki” - it’s not a question, we can deliver it, and quite quickly, but it’s unlikely that they will get into corvettes 20385 - they are weak with diesel engines. Speeds 25 - 26 knots ... this is not exactly what you need. And they are built for a long time.
                It is much more convenient for Iran to order Chinese diesel frigates - quickly and inexpensively, 8 missile launchers in the UKKS, air defense missile systems, good seaworthiness, were built in a huge series, so the risks are minimal. And China can deliver them corvettes. Simpler than ours, but also cheaper ... and faster.
                About 22350 for export is too early to say - the GEM has not been worked out. By the end of the year, factory-running frigates should begin with the first domestic power plant ... then an operational check and their own over-tightened program.
                We will return Nikolaev to ourselves - we can build at least for the whole World.

                What about Karakurt? Your opinion is interesting. As for 22350, I agree, but not so for 20385. I just don’t understand what is the importance of speed?
                1. bayard 18 May 2020 22: 55 New
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                  Quote: CSKA
                  What about Karakurt?

                  “Karakurts” are also without diesel engines so far - engines for them are being built much slower than the ships themselves, and therefore the hulls are in line waiting for the power plant. And their seaworthiness is limited. It is much more useful for Iran to purchase several divisions of the coastal complexes Bastion and Ball. Such small ships have serious ballistic limitations for using weapons.
                  Iran will choose weapons from different suppliers. Russia is traditionally strong with its aviation (Su-30, Su-35, MiG-35), air defense systems, and weapons for the ground forces.
                  But we won’t be able to deliver warships quickly - while we ourselves are struggling with import substitution, it’s not possible to build normally for ourselves. But China has achieved certain successes in military shipbuilding - it builds massively and quickly, there are samples perfectly mastered by industry that will be right in time for Iran. We could offer our weapons systems for Iranian-built Chinese-built ships, but this is unlikely to be convenient.
                  Quote: CSKA
                  As for 22350, I agree, but not so for 20385. I just don’t understand what is the importance of speed?

                  Speed ​​is important, not only to ships, but to virtually all mobile weapons systems.
                  For a corvette, even 28 knots - the speed is too small. Normal - 30 knots. This is a maneuver, a quick exit to the line of attack, the search zone of the submarine or to the line of interception of the intruder. At 25 knots do not drive.
                  Program 20385 was limited to two copies due to poor thrust-weight ratio. But if in the near future the industry will give out a diesel engine of 10 l / s, then on such machines the project 000 can be revived ... and even slightly add VI.
                  The whole problem of our military shipbuilding is ship propulsion systems. There are no normal diesels, no GTA ... nor serial gearboxes (the first trial pair for 22350 is now installed on the ship).
                  1. CSKA 20 May 2020 09: 51 New
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                    Quote: bayard
                    “Karakurts” are also without diesel engines so far - engines for them are being built much slower than the ships themselves, therefore the hulls are in line waiting for the power plant. And their seaworthiness is limited.

                    Given the size of the Persian Gulf, it seems to me that just Karakurt would be very effective. They do not need a large range. To advance from the coast with 8 anti-ship missiles and strike under the cover of the Air Force or go to the coast under the cover of air defense and PBRK.
                    Quote: bayard
                    Iran is much more beneficial to purchase several divisions of the coastal complexes "Bastion" and "Ball"

                    I completely agree. Modern PBRK is one of the 3 main areas that Iran needs to maximize, along with air defense and fuel dispensers.
                    Quote: bayard
                    Russia is traditionally strong with its aviation (Su-30, Su-35, MiG-35), air defense systems, and weapons for the ground forces.

                    By and large, the PRC can only supply the J-10 to the Iranian Air Force, but we have a large range of deliveries to both the Air Force and Air Defense.
                    Quote: bayard
                    But we won’t be able to deliver warships quickly - while we ourselves are struggling with import substitution, it’s not possible to build normally for ourselves.

                    Well, perhaps, apart from Buyanov and Varshavyanka.
                    Quote: bayard
                    But China has achieved certain successes in military shipbuilding - it builds massively and quickly, there are samples perfectly mastered by industry that will be right in time for Iran

                    Well, here it seems to me two options. In order to quickly acquire Iran from the PRC, old destroyers of the 052 type, Sarych and Jiangwei frigates, or order the construction of frigates of project 054.
                    1. bayard 20 May 2020 10: 59 New
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                      Quote: CSKA
                      Given the size of the Persian Gulf, it seems to me that just Karakurt would be very effective. They do not need a large range. To advance from the coast with 8 anti-ship missiles and strike under the cover of the Air Force or go to the coast under the cover of air defense and PBRK.

                      The Persian Gulf can be shot through with coastal "Bastions", why go out to sea. And if you go out, then either on an MRK with X-35 (16 anti-ship missiles each) to the bay itself, or on frigates to the Indian Ocean. It is on frigates, with a normal air defense system, a hull, torpedoes and anti-ship missiles, with a helicopter. Several of these frigates will not hinder Iran. And they are unlikely to be of our construction.
                      Quote: CSKA
                      order the construction of frigates of project 054.

                      This is likely to be done.
                      I would do just that.
                      Quote: CSKA
                      In the Iranian Air Force, by and large, the PRC can deliver only J-10

                      Most likely it will be so - Russia will deliver heavy fighters Su-30 and Su-35, and China light J-10. Moreover, the latter is also beneficial for us, because the engines on them are our AL-31F, so we will make money on the engines.
                      But our “Buyans” have nothing to do in the bay - it is easier to place rockets ashore. And you certainly should not meddle in the ocean.
                      So the Iranians will buy Chinese corvettes and frigates.
                      And we have everything else.
                      And MS-21 pieces 300.
                      And "Super Jet" in the Russian configuration of pieces 100 - 150.
                      1. CSKA 20 May 2020 16: 13 New
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                        Quote: bayard
                        The Persian Gulf can be shot through with coastal "Bastions", why go out to sea.

                        If only they will stand right on the beach. And if more in depth, then export Caliber and Onyxes will not shoot through. Although probably all the same PBRK will be more practical and convenient than karakurt.
                        Quote: bayard
                        It is on frigates, with a normal air defense system, a hull, torpedoes and missiles, with a helicopter. Several of these frigates will not hinder Iran. And they are unlikely to be of our construction.

                        If only for the speed of delivery to the Navy, then order from China Jiangwei and we have 22350.
                        Quote: bayard
                        And we have everything else.
                        And MS-21 pieces 300.
                        And "Super Jet" in the Russian configuration of pieces 100 - 150.

                        Just before the new US sanctions, Rouhani traveled to the EU and was going to buy
                        Airbus, I don’t remember exactly how much, but for a lot of money. And in the future CR929.
                      2. bayard 20 May 2020 19: 42 New
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                        Quote: CSKA
                        Just before the new US sanctions, Rouhani traveled to the EU and was going to buy
                        Airbus

                        Iran planned to buy 300 pcs. Boeings and Airbuses, but the United States refused to supply, instead of Boeings, Iran pre-ordered 300 MS-21s, but only with Russian engines and the maximum Russian configuration. They also have a desire to purchase the SSD-100, but also only in the Russian configuration. And I’m ready to wait for our import substitution.
                        CR-929 is a wide-body long-range aircraft of joint Russian-Chinese production and development.
                        50 \ 50%
                        In Russia, wings and tail feathers will be produced, as well as much more in cooperation, possibly engines.
                        There was talk of offering Iran a license to build a Tu-204 \ 214 with the supply of car kits, but so far there has been only talk.
                      3. CSKA 21 May 2020 14: 30 New
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                        MS-21 and SSD-100 are the best option for Iran.
                        Quote: bayard
                        CR-929 is a wide-body long-range aircraft of joint Russian-Chinese production and development.
                        50 \ 50%

                        It would be nice, but unfortunately I think it will not go into operation before 2025.
                        Quote: bayard
                        There was talk of offering Iran a license to build a Tu-204 \ 214 with the supply of car kits, but so far there has been only talk.

                        But this option would be good. I do not understand why the IL-96 is not offered. At least a few.
                      4. bayard 21 May 2020 14: 55 New
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                        Quote: CSKA
                        It would be nice, but unfortunately I think it will not go into operation before 2025.

                        CR-929 God forbid that only flew in the experimental version by this time. In addition, it is not yet clear with the engines. It is unlikely that they will be able to get American ones, but they will have to wait for the PD-35 before the end of the decade - the engine should turn out to be unique, in demand (including for the new version of the IL-96 with a new wing and two engines). So expect the start of the series by the end of the decade.
                        Quote: CSKA
                        I do not understand why the IL-96 is not offered

                        He is simply not there. The assembly of the IL-96 in the IL-96-400 version has been resumed, two hulls are being assembled, perhaps the first of them will soon begin testing. But these planes will go to a special squadron. Will the release of the commercial series, it is not clear.
                        So there is nothing to offer.
  • codetalker 13 May 2020 12: 36 New
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    Russia participated in their introduction. UN Security Council sanctions. The rest we do not fulfill.
  • siberalt 13 May 2020 13: 35 New
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    Business is private, state and international. I am neither Copenhagen, nor Rubinstein. If someone understood something in Iran, I would be glad to be enlightened. winked
    1. NordUral 13 May 2020 17: 39 New
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      The problem of deliveries or not deliveries is not in Iran or the States, Oleg, but in Russia, or rather, its top.
  • major147 13 May 2020 14: 21 New
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    Quote: Shadow041
    Is it worth the Russian Federation to generally support the embargo of countries that have imposed sanctions against the Russian Federation itself ?! As for me, it’s not worth it!

    Alas, these are not unilateral sanctions that are imposed against Russia. These are UN sanctions. Such are introduced against S. Korea and the UN member countries are obliged to comply with them.
    1. Shadow041 13 May 2020 14: 53 New
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      The Russian Federation can use its VETO right, and given that the UN has long been laid under the United States and often acts against the Russian Federation, you still need to think whether it is worth being a member of the Russian Federation or not ... As for me, from a number of organizations of the Russian Federation you just need to to leave, slamming the door loudly and stop paying huge fees for their maintenance ... I’m talking about PACE, for example ... and the Council of Europe ... Yes, and the anti-doping committee, which emphasizes that US athletes are increasingly reminiscent of genetically modified creatures, the Russian Federation is not worth supporting for a long time
      1. Rzzz 13 May 2020 23: 06 New
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        Quote: Shadow041
        an anti-doping committee that doesn’t see at point blank range,

        He sees everything. Only in the USA, pharmaceuticals are very cool, and American athletes are eating the most advanced doping, which has not yet been banned. Ours have to eat dope is not so steep, and do not have time to clear up to the moment when these drugs are prohibited.
  • Rostislav 13 May 2020 16: 32 New
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    We are not Americans, Russia complies with the documents signed by it. The embargo was introduced not by penguins, but by the UN Security Council; Russia also has a signature under this document.
    But to use the right of veto to prevent the extension of the terms of the embargo is a matter.
  • Incvizitor 13 May 2020 18: 08 New
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    We need a normal ABM defense and OTRK would have gone well.
  • opus 13 May 2020 19: 08 New
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    Quote: Shadow041
    Is it worth the Russian Federation to generally support the embargo of countries that have imposed sanctions against the Russian Federation itself ?!

    belay
    1.) July 14, 2015 by China, France, Germany, The Russian Federation, The United Kingdom, the United States and the High Representative of the European Union (Group E3 / EC + 3) and the Islamic Republic of Iran of the Joint Comprehensive Action Plan (JCPOA).

    2.) July 20, 2015, the Security Council unanimously adopted resolution 2231 (2015)

    the term “arms embargo” was not used in UNSCR 2231, it introduced a permissive procedure for the supply of weapons for a certain period.
    3.) Resolution 2231 (2015) repeals the provisions of previous Security Council resolutions on the Iranian nuclear issue and set specific restrictions that apply to all states without exception. In accordance with Article 25 of the Charter of the United Nations, Member States obliged to obey the decisions of the Security Council and implement them.

    1 + 2 You, Kremlin botics, that’s what you think about if the Russian Federation itself initiated and signed 2231 (2015), and then offended by someone / someone’s sanctions, for the sake of your whim
    Quote: Shadow041
    ?! As for me, it’s not worth it!

    will be released from 2231 (2015) ...
    Quote: Cyril G ...
    The fact is not worth it. It is possible, for example, to put the old Su-27 and MiG-29 out of the availability for free, provided that Iran pays for modernization with the installation of a new avionics. Then you can put the S-400 and Su-30cm

    how will this pirouette end?
    -Kick from the UN Security Council? (Ukraine will take the vacant seat with pleasure)
    -Sankitsy of all and everything against us? (Baltic with Poland, rejoices in enslavement)
    fool
    We are already "toxic" and no where else ...
  • iouris 13 May 2020 21: 50 New
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    Quote: Shadow041
    Is it worth the Russian Federation to generally support the embargo of countries that have imposed sanctions against the Russian Federation itself ?!

    What would you like? The Russian Federation is part of the structure to prevent the spread of technology that the United States created ... Friends of the US dollar can not do otherwise.
  • Andryukha G 15 May 2020 16: 53 New
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    How do you like that, but how about those who have accounts and a villa in sunny California?
  • Pete mitchell 13 May 2020 12: 35 New
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    I would like to hope that the Russian Federation, like any independent country, will lead your gameand not coordinate your actions with the 'partners' forgive the Lord
    1. vavilon 13 May 2020 13: 54 New
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      While the international laws that Russia has recognized are dominating, independent politics can be forgotten.
    2. Shadow 13 May 2020 15: 45 New
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      Our so-called leaders are leading their game to the maximum extent possible, aimed exclusively at strengthening their own good.
  • Cowbra 13 May 2020 12: 36 New
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    First of all, they will update the Air Force - this is a fact.
    And yet - there is a problem with flight liners winked That would be where Sukhoi fussed
    1. Pete mitchell 13 May 2020 12: 39 New
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      They already fussed, the Americans imposed a ban on the sale of SSJ - there are Amer’s components. I understand that it is costly, but SSJ should become Russian. If the Sukhovites also arrange supply of spare parts, then it will be profit for them to pour in their pockets
      1. Cowbra 13 May 2020 12: 44 New
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        So I say, it is necessary to make a fuss, it is worth it. I don’t remember. how much Iran had a contract with Airbus, which the USA hacked off again wink Seem 15 lard evergreen - precisely on the liners. For such money, on 4 hooves, it is necessary to run composites to glue at home, in Russia and send mattresses with wood. In the end, there are schemes - how India bought Mi helicopters for Afghanistan. The Russian Federation has no way for them - the folder scolds striped - they bought it from the manufacturer, yes. By Belarus laughing
        1. Pete mitchell 13 May 2020 12: 49 New
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          As far as I remember, it was a question of several dozen SSJs and the Iranians also looked at the local government. The country is not small, they fly a lot, and as you said
          Quote: Cowbra
          need to fuss, it's worth it
        2. zwlad 13 May 2020 13: 08 New
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          And you can just send the striped forest, we are still under sanctions. And the sanctions will be stronger than they are, the more we will do our own. I would have set a monument to Obama for the strengthening of Russia and its Armed Forces and Navy
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            Quote: zwlad
            And you can just send the striped forest, we are still under sanctions.

            That's when the same SSJ becomes completely Russian - then definitely show them the sexually walking route.
            I think you're right, the SSJ story is just a private example.
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            Quote: zwlad
            I would have set a monument to Obama for the strengthening of Russia and its Armed Forces and Navy

            By the way, yes!
    2. Shadow041 13 May 2020 13: 58 New
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      There is a Tu-204, there are engines from Perm and there are no problems that the Superjet is sick, it is better to offer it, NATO will not impose an embargo on its deliveries. And it’s time to turn off the production of Jets, there are engines from NATO France and much more, but with the Mistrals it turned out how it turned out ... So they can refuse to supply NATO spare parts to the Russian Jet at any time ...
  • Sector 13 May 2020 12: 37 New
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    Russia does not exclude the possibility of deliveries of weapons and military equipment to Iran.

    It would not be bad, but it is unlikely that Russia will be allowed "by some cunning countries" ....
    1. Shadow041 13 May 2020 14: 11 New
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      It all depends on Russia itself and on whether the Kremlin dweller will prove himself a man or not ... And so, there is the Caspian Sea through which you can trade with Iran and no one in the Russian Federation will twitch, little hands are short ... but twitch, so and you can pincer ... the problem is not great ... another Saakashvili will gobble up another tie with socks together ...
      1. Sector 13 May 2020 14: 21 New
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        Quote: Shadow041
        It all depends on Russia itself and on whether the Kremlin dweller will prove himself a peasant or not ..

        That is what all of Russia hopes for!
        Quote: Shadow041
        .And so, there is the Caspian Sea through which you can trade with Iran and no one there in the Russian Federation will jerk, little hands are short ... but you can jerk, you can pinch ... there’s no big problem ... another Saakashvili will eat another tie with socks together...

        Your words, yes to the Kremlin in your ears, how tired of this humiliation .. It's like. What the United States will say with Israel, etc. ..Nam Iran will pay real money and support in the BV and around the world .. I remember that he even offered his military airfields to jump to Syria, but they refused .. We managed it ourselves!
        If we refuse, then the prestige of Russia in BV and in the whole world will drop sharply and then it will be difficult to raise all this again ..
        PS At least Putin would have listened to his friend Friedman .. And it would be better if he had planted and not been mistaken ..
  • Pvi1206 13 May 2020 12: 40 New
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    weapons should be supplied to everyone who opposes the US ...
    1. Sector 13 May 2020 14: 29 New
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      Quote: Pvi1206
      weapons should be supplied to everyone who opposes the US ...

      They are afraid to buy from us, although queues are for S-300-400 ..
  • knn54 13 May 2020 12: 44 New
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    In addition to the United States, there is the United Kingdom, Germany, France, KSA.
    And the MAIN THING is Israel and the powerful Jewish lobby in all spheres of the life of the Russian Federation.
    Although there is no reason to extend the sanctions.
    The main thing is how much you can go on about the "lawless".
    1. zwlad 13 May 2020 13: 10 New
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      Oh come on you - no reason.
      Another test tube waved and the whole business.
      1. DenZ 13 May 2020 13: 15 New
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        Oh come on you - no reason.
        Another test tube waved and the whole business.

        Let them wave at least something in front of their nose, we have already seen their test tubes.
        1. zwlad 13 May 2020 13: 17 New
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          they saw and unfortunately didn’t do anything at that moment
    2. really 13 May 2020 13: 21 New
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      One defense minister with such thoughts went out the window, so you are more careful. You are dear to us.
    3. Cyril G ... 13 May 2020 14: 47 New
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      You can’t follow the lead of the main terrorist of the planet, that is, the United States ...
  • A. Privalov 13 May 2020 12: 45 New
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    Selling modern weapons to a direct competitor in the oil market, a state leading an independent and very aggressive policy in a sensitive region where the Russian Federation has its own interests? A wise decision!
    1. zwlad 13 May 2020 13: 05 New
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      And what creates more skilled jobs for the oil industry or defense industry?
      What will become a tug for the modern electronic industry, the creation of modern software, fundamental science? oil industry?
      Well, let's continue to just pump oil and Iran let China arm
      And then, oh damn oil fell, as the budget replenishes the same
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        Quote: zwlad
        And what creates more skilled jobs for the oil industry or defense industry?
        What will become a tug for the modern electronic industry, the creation of modern software, fundamental science? oil industry?
        Well, let's continue to just pump oil and Iran let China arm
        And then, oh damn oil fell, as the budget replenishes the same

        No need to go to extremes. Have you heard about the diversification of the economy? Yes, in three days you can’t do it.
        However, when a temporary fellow traveler armed with your own weapons - a completely reckless ayatollah regime begins to kick and kick (historical precedents exist), there will be no longer budgets, tugs in radio electronics, and calculation of profitability or jobs. Moreover, they are sitting at your side and plant Shiite radical Islam. Such Islam is even worse than Sunni Islam, because Sunni was able to curb it to a greater extent by practically defeating bandits in Syria, and Iran is a country with nuclear potential, and not bandit formation.
        1. Shadow041 13 May 2020 14: 29 New
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          And here, as you yourself squeak, do not go to extremes. You don’t need to sell to Iran what could be very dangerous for the Russian Federation itself ... Iran will buy the MiG-35 with pleasure, it’s a small choice and Tu-204 will go to Iran with a bang, and the Su-57 needs to be filled with the Russian Air Force and not foreign states ... Oil refineries in Russia are not building, the West does not need our gasoline, and stupidly driving crude oil to the West is not in the interests of the Russian Federation ... Russia needs high-tech industry, only it can lift the country from the Yeltsin Middle Ages, while trading in crude oil we won’t get it ... In addition, it’s impossible to be friends with the Yankees and their slaves, the USA needs slaves, not friends, but I did not sign for a servant and do not advise you
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            Absolutely agree
        2. ultra 13 May 2020 14: 46 New
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          Quote: A. Privalov
          However, when a temporary fellow traveler armed with your own weapons is a completely reckless Ayatollah regime,

          There is only one truly reckless regime on this planet. And it has its headquarters in Washington. laughing
        3. zwlad 13 May 2020 15: 05 New
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          And I do not propose to go to extremes. But if there is demand there will certainly be an offer. And you can jump into a passing train and ride the train, or you can stand and admire the departing train (opportunities)
          Need a balance.
          And to understand in a long time and who is our friend and who is our enemy and who is so - in the BV.
          1. A. Privalov 13 May 2020 15: 18 New
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            Quote: zwlad
            And to understand in a long time and who is our friend and who is our enemy and who is so - in the BV.


            60 years of the USSR, and now Russia filled the BV with weapons. Tanks, planes, helicopters and other equipment. Billions and billions of green flew here. (I can transfer a lot and indicate the amount.) And that's it, not feed the horse. Why the hell to throw such dear and yourself the money you need for those who still let them go in the wind? How many more years does it take to understand this and stop stepping on the old rake? Try changing the side at least once. Stop investing in loafers, parasites and freeloaders. Invest in those who built a country with a stable and dynamically developing economy, low inflation, high GDP and per capita income, long life expectancy, excellent medicine, a successful high-tech, a powerful defense industry and a billion-dollar export. hi
            1. zwlad 13 May 2020 15: 30 New
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              Quote: A. Privalov
              Stop investing in loafers, parasites and freeloaders.

              I suggest not investing in them, but selling them on economically favorable terms.

              Quote: A. Privalov
              Invest in those who built a country with a stable and dynamically developing economy, low inflation, high GDP and per capita income, long life expectancy, excellent medicine, a successful high-tech, a powerful defense industry and a billion-dollar export.

              What country are you right now?
              1. A. Privalov 13 May 2020 15: 34 New
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                [quote = zwlad] I suggest not investing in them, but selling them on economically advantageous terms. [/ Quote]
                They have nothing to pay. It’s like giving money to an old drunk, in the hope that he will come to his senses over time, go to work and have economic benefits with him.

                [/ quote] What country are you right now? [/ quote]
                And guess three times. wassat
                1. zwlad 13 May 2020 15: 40 New
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                  Well, I'm not a fortuneteller.
                  What about paying? Yes, take oil for example.
                  1. A. Privalov 13 May 2020 15: 50 New
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                    Quote: zwlad
                    What about paying? Yes, take oil for example.

                    Who needs it now? You yourself have it immeasurably. Where to store it? There’s nothing to do with it. We have to not sell, but also pay extra to take it. Forget 100 greens per barrel.
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                      Well, do not need $ 100. That don’t worry. You are so for our oil, there is a use for it.
                      the crown will pass through the world, the crisis will end and everything will return to square one. and oil will grow and will be in demand and weapons will be delivered there where necessary.
                      so what country you mean there. well I'm not a fortuneteller
    2. ultra 13 May 2020 14: 44 New
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      I don’t remember that Iran would bomb its neighbors, unlike Israel. So who pursues an aggressive policy.
      1. A. Privalov 13 May 2020 15: 03 New
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        Quote: ultra
        I don’t remember that Iran would bomb its neighbors, unlike Israel. So who pursues an aggressive policy.

        For a start:
        Iran-Iraq War (1980-1988)

        Iraq lost between 180 and 000 killed and missing and
        70 prisoners.

        Iran lost about 500 dead and missing
        and 45 prisoners.
        The data is slightly different in different sources.

        So, my dear, do not fool the people here. hi
        1. ultra 13 May 2020 15: 08 New
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          I know, but you compare the salty with the square. hi
          1. A. Privalov 13 May 2020 15: 10 New
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            Quote: ultra
            I know, but you compare the salty with the square.

            From this place, please read more. But, only if you own the topic. With numbers, dates, etc. Otherwise, don’t even start. Sorry for the time.
            1. ultra 13 May 2020 15: 14 New
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              You are engaged in verbiage, I am not interested in participating in this. laughing
              1. A. Privalov 13 May 2020 15: 20 New
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                Quote: ultra
                You are engaged in verbiage, I am not interested in participating in this.

                I thought so. laughing
                In this case, I do not dare to delay. hi
        2. Shadow041 13 May 2020 15: 22 New
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          negative It’s just that Saddam started the Iran-Iraq war, with the USA’s filing, which dragged Iraq to Iran like a mad dog, out of revenge for overthrowing the Shah who was gearing the US in Iran! So the example with which you tried to make Iran an aggressor, to put it mildly, is not successful!
          1. A. Privalov 13 May 2020 15: 45 New
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            Quote: Shadow041
            It’s just that Saddam started the Iran-Iraq war, with the USA’s filing, which dragged Iraq to Iran like a mad dog, out of revenge for overthrowing the Shah who was gearing the US in Iran! So the example with which you tried to make Iran an aggressor, to put it mildly, is not successful!

            Tell me, do you still believe that storks bring children?
            The Iranian invasion plan for Iraq was developed back in the summer of 1982. It provided for the capture of important economic centers of Iraq - Basra and Kirkuk, after which Iranian troops, with the support of the Shiite population, would have to launch an offensive on Baghdad. In the event of his failure, it was proposed to retreat to Basra, create a government there under the control of Iran and expect the overthrow of Saddam Hussein.
            For the operation, the Iranian command allocated 18 divisions (of which 3 were armored), advancing north of Basra and near Kasre Shirin. Iran had a numerical superiority over Iraq, but the Iraqis had 1000 tanks against Iran’s 800 and 900 against 600 artillery.
            On July 13, 1982, Iran launched Operation Ramadan. Around midnight, the 30th and 88th armored divisions crossed the Shatt al-Arab River and managed to advance 15 km deep into Iraqi territory north of Basra by dawn, but as a result of the Iraqi counterattack and aerial bombardment, they were forced to retreat. On the night of July 17, Iranian tanks tried to take the village of El Qourna and cut the Baghdad-Basra highway, but the Iraqis lured the enemy into a swampy area, where they attacked the mired tanks from the flanks. Iranian units retreated again. etc. etc.

            Read at your leisure about operations Al-Fajar, Al-Fajar-2, Al-Fajar-3 and you will be happy. hi
            1. Shadow041 13 May 2020 15: 53 New
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              Well, yes ... Do you still believe in psaki fairy tales in which she claims that the United States brings peace, democracy and prosperity to everyone, and not war, death and ruin ?!
              1. A. Privalov 13 May 2020 16: 01 New
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                Quote: Shadow041
                Well, yes ... Do you still believe in psaki fairy tales in which she claims that the United States brings peace, democracy and prosperity to everyone, and not war, death and ruin ?!

                This Jennifer was given to you! She has been out of work for 3 (three!) Years and, together with her silly barefoot - Barack Obama, in the dustbin of history.
                Do not translate the arrows. If we start here to take apart the Americans as well, we won’t get out at all.
                You generally look less at Americans. They are rich. They spend more on toilet paper a year than you took in war for five years in Syria. You take away the last pennies from pensioners, and they play world chess. Do you catch the difference?
                All. Have you finished with Iran?
            2. asv363 13 May 2020 22: 11 New
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              Alexander, who attacked Iran on September 22.09.1980, XNUMX?
      2. Sector 13 May 2020 15: 39 New
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        Quote: ultra
        I don’t remember that Iran would bomb its neighbors, unlike Israel. So who pursues an aggressive policy.

        I also don’t remember, there were conflicts of course, but not so arrogant and aggressive ... hi
        Quote: A. Privalov
        Iran-Iraq War (1980-1988)

        Do you like Jews to poke this .. Yes it was, but you also quietly participated in this!
        Quote: ultra
        I know, but you compare the salty with the square.

        In .. They love this thing in their wiki and Google .. negative
  • zwlad 13 May 2020 13: 00 New
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    "According to the head of the US State Department, Mike Pompeo, Washington will take various actions to prevent Iran from purchasing arms from Russia and China."
    Still would. He perfectly understands who then will fly from this weapon.
  • rotmistr60 13 May 2020 13: 17 New
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    after lifting the five-year arms embargo imposed on Tehran of the UN Security Council
    Are you sure that the UN Security Council will lift the ban? In the UN Security Council, the United States greatly influences Iran, which is like a bone in the throat. Russia's only veto is to extend the embargo, and even with the support of China.
    1. Sector 13 May 2020 14: 34 New
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      Quote: rotmistr60
      Are you sure that the UN Security Council will lift the ban? In the UN Security Council, the United States greatly influences Iran, which is like a bone in the throat.

      Speak the truth, but
      Quote: rotmistr60
      Russia's only veto is to extend the embargo, and even with the support of China.

      China is intimidated by lawsuits of the United States and Israel over the virus .. So there is little hope for it .. We would have to keep our own (2 trillion dollars are stored in the treasury bills of the USA ..)
      So Gennady, along the way, everything will last, as usual ..
      If only Putin freaks out))))
      1. rotmistr60 13 May 2020 14: 36 New
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        Therefore, doubts
        Are you sure that the UN Security Council will lift the ban?
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          Quote: rotmistr60
          Therefore, doubts
          Are you sure that the UN Security Council will lift the ban?

          Most likely it will be so and they will still force the next sanctions to be imposed against Iran by Russia and then the next ones will be hammered to us .. And again we will not say anything .. Oh mother Russia angry
    2. ultra 13 May 2020 16: 01 New
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      There is nothing to remove, the sanctions were limited in time. It is necessary to extend the sanctions decision of the Security Council.
  • Paranoid50 13 May 2020 13: 38 New
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    It smacks of anti-Semitism. yes
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      Quote: Paranoid50
      It smacks of anti-Semitism. yes

      But Russophobia does not smell? hi
      1. Paranoid50 13 May 2020 14: 53 New
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        Quote: Sektor
        Russophobia

        The signal mine did work. laughing
        1. Sector 13 May 2020 15: 07 New
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          Quote: Paranoid50
          Quote: Sektor
          Russophobia

          The signal mine did work. laughing

          laughing hi Yes, in the course of "your signal mines" on the site .. Now come running .. Prove and scribble complaints! And so the men are cleaning us all up ..
          1. Shadow041 13 May 2020 15: 50 New
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            Rather, they make enemies in such a way, showing that they do not care about the interests of Russia, and that they work for their historical homelands ... They forget that this is only a website, and they can be asked on the street, including the FSB and the prosecutor's office. I remember several of these for espionage against the Russian Federation in favor of Georgia and Ukraine already in the prison cells mittens sew ...
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              Quote: Shadow041
              Rather, they make enemies in such a way, showing that the interests of Russia are indifferent to them, and they work for their historical Motherland.

              It has long been known .. Divide and conquer! This is their slogan here. soldier
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  • vavilon 13 May 2020 13: 49 New
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    Maybe stop dancing to the tune of the West? !!
    Why is there no embargo or sanction after the Western invasion of Iraq, Libya, Syria, when our officers perished at the hands of Israel or perished pilots from the Turks?
    What ? Is our oligarchy afraid of losing profits?
    1. Vitaly gusin 13 May 2020 15: 50 New
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      when our officers died at the hands of Israel

      The Russian plane was shot down by the Soviet installation, the curved Syrians, and Israel is to blame for the tap without water, too. Please announce the entire list.
      1. vavilon 13 May 2020 17: 49 New
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        This list in history is simply huge, the only point is to disclose it for Israel, as I understand it, and everything is purple.
        And then they wonder where the Hitlers come from.
        But sooner or later you have to answer for everything
        1. Vitaly gusin 13 May 2020 18: 11 New
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          Quote: vavilon
          And then they wonder where the Hitlers come from.

          And they come from where they later corrupt.
    2. Sector 13 May 2020 16: 28 New
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      Quote: vavilon
      Maybe stop dancing to the tune of the West? !!
      Why is there no embargo or sanction after the Western invasion of Iraq, Libya, Syria, when our officers perished at the hands of Israel or perished pilots from the Turks?

      Yes, everything is only FOR, but here it is here and above ..
      Quote: Vitaly Gusin
      The Russian plane was shot down by the Soviet installation, the curved Syrians, and Israel is to blame for the tap without water, too. Please announce the entire list.

      Here they are, how they are published over the memory of our victims .. Which they framed .. negative
      Quote: vavilon
      Is our oligarchy afraid of losing profits?

      Most of them on Jewish money are tied to the world .... hi
      These are the things in SMERSH departments of the Urals!
      1. Vitaly gusin 13 May 2020 18: 38 New
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        These are the things in SMERSH departments of the Urals!

        What has already begun?
        “The total number of servicemen arrested during the war by both SMERSH and state security, and subsequently convicted, amounted to 994300, of which about 153 were executed (ten full-blooded divisions shot by their own), 428 were sent to penal battles, 403 to camps.
        101 general and admiral were arrested, of whom 81 were sentenced to death or camp terms, eight were acquitted, 12 "died under investigation" (if you call a spade a spade, under torture).
        Accept my condolences.
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          What has already begun?

          Not yet ! bully bully
          Quote: Vitaly Gusin
          “The total number of servicemen arrested during the war by both SMERSH and state security, and subsequently convicted, amounted to 994300, of which about 153 were executed (ten full-blooded divisions shot by their own), 428 were sent to penal battles, 403 to camps.

          Did you get the data from the wiki? laughing Well, there’s such a thing written .. There were all, but there were a lot of saboteurs inside the country in the 41st (there is such a statistic when they cut off communications before June 22, blew up warehouses and bridges, sabotaged, etc.)
          I myself understand from Israel? ..
  • Zaurbek 13 May 2020 14: 06 New
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    The United States will only be able to impose unilateral sanctions against countries that want to sell weapons there ..... but with us these sanctions already exist against buyers of our weapons too. Theoretically, Iran itself should not want and be afraid to buy weapons in the Russian Federation. But also, of course, the restrictions on the calculation of $$$
  • Zaurbek 13 May 2020 14: 08 New
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    In addition to Iran’s lack of money, I don’t know what should stop the Russian Federation from refusing to sell conventional weapons ....
    1. Shadow041 13 May 2020 14: 21 New
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      Well, here you can always agree, it would be a desire. Iran can pay the Russian Federation with oil, at prices that suit the Russian Federation, can supply its famous Persian carpets, seasonings to the Russian Federation ... You might think and see what else they have for the Russian Federation that they have, which can be accepted as payment ... The main thing here is not to repeat the mistakes of the USSR and not to buy Cuban sugar at the price of golden sand ...
  • 75 Sergey 13 May 2020 15: 21 New
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    Wangyu - Nichrome will not be delivered, because after October 2020 ..... they will be extended again!
    Only a blind man does not see what is happening.
    And on the other hand, sanctions are imposed on Russia and sanctions are imposed on Iran, so why does Russia support them? Of course, in some places the geopolitical interests of Russia and Iran intersect, and Turkey .... Maybe the dog is buried here?
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      Quote: 75Sergey
      Wangyu - Nichrome will not be delivered, because after October 2020 ..... they will be extended again!

      Not extended, I bet a bottle of good brandy. laughing
    2. Zaurbek 13 May 2020 16: 47 New
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      They ended ... the states themselves failed ... how to get a quorum? The United States first let them agree with Europe .... and then China and the Russian Federation. Although another nuclear power is bad.
  • colotun 13 May 2020 15: 38 New
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    Golden words spoken on time !!!
  • Fevralsk. Morev 13 May 2020 15: 54 New
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    Maybe not opposed. Will strategic partners allow?
  • Comrade Michael 13 May 2020 17: 20 New
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    US not allow our "superpower" to trade?
  • Old26 13 May 2020 17: 24 New
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    Quote: Shadow041
    Iran can pay Russia oil at prices that suit the Russian Federation

    And they will arrange Iran, these prices ???

    Quote: Shadow041
    Iran can supply its famous Persian carpets, seasonings to Russia ...

    By weight or piece? One tank - one carpet. Or 100 kg of seasonings for one air-to-air missile,
    Damn, we ourselves swear by the very Rosoboronexport that he supplies for palm oil or bananas, and immediately agree to take seasonings ...

    Quote: Sektor
    I remember even offering his military airfields for a jump to Syria, but they refused .. They managed it themselves!

    Found soyuznichka ... And exactly the opposite. Once he allowed me to use the airfield for refueling, and that’s all, then I forbade both flying through our airspace our planes, landing them, and flying KR from the Caspian ...

    Quote: Shadow041
    And so, there is the Caspian Sea through which you can trade with Iran and no one in the Russian Federation will jerk

    Now do not trade ???

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    They are afraid to buy from us, although queues are for S-300-400 ..

    Announce the entire list of comers. Who's standing in line? Fingers on one hand will be enough, or the extra ones will remain ??
    1. Kosh 13 May 2020 20: 42 New
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      Found soyuznichka ... And exactly the opposite. Once he allowed me to use the airfield for refueling, and that’s all, then I forbade both flying through our airspace our planes, landing them, and flying KR from the Caspian ...


      Wrong. All these years, Iran has allowed it to use its airspace for flying our military aircraft, for flying the Kyrgyz Republic, etc. with virtually no restrictions. All combat aircraft to bases in Syria and Armenia fly through Iran.
      And at the Iranian base in Hamadan, planes continue to land there to refuel on the way to Syria. Just the other day, apparently there was another group of aircraft headed by Tu-154.
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    The source of the embargo will not run out while the States exist.
  • Kosh 13 May 2020 20: 57 New
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    Unfortunately, US economic sanctions and the current coronavirus pandemic have now severely limited Iran’s financial resources. For half a year there is hardly something much to change. So there, after the end of the sanctions, Iranian arms purchases are likely to be small and point-like. Most likely, Tehran will first of all try to buy spare parts for the existing MiG-29, Su-24, etc. Well, maybe a dozen or two new fighters to order. For something more, some major barter schemes or loans are needed.
  • Super 14 May 2020 08: 07 New
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    It is time to unite sovereign independent countries in the fight against the American military.
  • Old26 14 May 2020 13: 07 New
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    Well, we can deliver the Varshavyanka diesel-electric submarines to them, as well as RTOs of Karakurt and corvettes 20385. But I think that they would like to buy project 22350 as well. All the same, at the beginning and considering that all the same, that we have what the PRC will take on credit, then the air defense, air force (a little) and electronic warfare.

    And the Persians have enough money in their wallet to buy everything you wrote about. Or will we supply "for free" ???

    Quote: Kosh
    Wrong. All these years, Iran has allowed it to use its airspace for flying our military aircraft, for flying the Kyrgyz Republic, etc. with virtually no restrictions. All combat aircraft to bases in Syria and Armenia fly through Iran.
    And at the Iranian base in Hamadan, planes continue to land there to refuel on the way to Syria. Just the other day, apparently there was another group of aircraft headed by Tu-154.

    Well, Vo-1 should not be confused with TU-154 with combat aircraft. Bombers used the air base only once. After that, we did not receive permission to use it as an airfield for a jump.
    Secondly, do not tell me why, instead of a short route through Iran, the TU-2 was forced to go around Europe in its last flights to attack Syria.
    IN 3. If such good Persians did not close their airspace for us to fly combat aircraft, then why not use the TU-22M3 for bombing, which they used a couple of times when they even allowed to use their air base once.
    AT 4. Why use boats with the "Caliber" from the Mediterranean, when they can shoot 2-4 missiles, and not use a massive strike from the Caspian.
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    and this one on the left is related to the arms trade?