Confused reports from Moscow on S-300 for Syria
Russian foreign minister Sergey Lavrov said Monday that President Putin was still discussing with the defense ministry whether to supply Syria with advanced S-300 air defense missiles against “aggressive actions.” He said that when a decision was reached, it would not be kept secret. The Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov declined to confirm or deny that the S-300s were on their way to Syria.
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So funny…same joke…still funny
The Russians are masters of having “useful idiots” of the West attempting to absolve them of their anti-Antisemitism. There is absolutely nothing “CONFUSING” about the S-300 deployment in Syria being carried out right now.
I don’t know why your Bibi trusts Putin so much. Sooner or later the Syrian opposition will get MANPADS.
Most Likely S-400 were unloaded last Friday as Debka well knows