Source Pravda.Ru

US and Israeli officials travel to Ukraine to study S-300 air defence systems

Ukraine has S-300 anti-aircraft missile systems. A delegation of US and Israeli officials has recently visited Ukraine to study S-300 complexes, Soha News, a Vietnamese publication reports.


Syria to defend itself with Russia's S-300

The delegation of US and Israeli officials paid a visit to Ukraine after Russia delivered S-300 missile systems to Syria following the tragic shoot down of the Ilyushin Il-20 spy plane. Kiev convinced representatives of the delegation that Ukrainian S-300 systems were no different from Russian ones, the publication said.

According to Soha News, the trip to Ukraine was successful, because US and Israeli officials found out that F-35 Lightning II fighters, if necessary, will be able to cope with Russian or Syrian S-300 systems deployed on the territory of Syria.

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