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The Russian Ministry of Defense announced on Monday that they will be supplying Syria with the S-300 anti-aircraft defense system in response to the downing of the IL-20 reconnaissance aircraft the week prior.

September 25th, 2018 | by Richard Paul
The Russian Ministry of Defense announced on Monday that they will be supplying Syria with the S-300 anti-aircraft defense system in response to the downing of the IL-20 reconnaissance aircraft the week prior.
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Leaked photos show Russian military likely delivered S-300 to Syria already

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BEIRUT, LEBANON (3:00 P.M.) – A number of leaked photos were posted online, today, showing that the S-300 missile defense system may have been delivered to Syria already.

At least three photos were posted by Uralinform.Ru, today, showing the arrival of the Krasukha 4 electronic suppression of navigation and communication systems last night in Syria.

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According to the author of the publication, the Russian military has already delivered the S-300 hardware to Syria via a Russian-made aircraft from the Mozdok Airport.

As shown below, the Krasukha 4 systems are being unloaded at the Hmeymim Military Airport near the Syrian coastal city of Jableh in the Latakia province.

Photo credit: https://www.uralinform.ru/news/politics/297740-podkreplenie-doletelo-siriiskim-pro-ranshe-slov-shoigu/
Photo credit: https://www.uralinform.ru/news/politics/297740-podkreplenie-doletelo-siriiskim-pro-ranshe-slov-shoigu/
Photo credit: https://www.uralinform.ru/news/politics/297740-podkreplenie-doletelo-siriiskim-pro-ranshe-slov-shoigu/

The Russian Ministry of Defense announced on Monday that they will be supplying Syria with the S-300 anti-aircraft defense system in response to the downing of the IL-20 reconnaissance aircraft the week prior.

This move by the Russian Ministry of Defense comes just a week after the Israeli Air Force heavily bombarded western Syria and later hid behind the IL-20 aircraft in order to evade a Syrian S-200 missile.

Israel maintains that the Syrian military is to blame for the downing of the IL-20; however, after a week-long investigation, the Russian Ministry of Defense found that Israel was to blame for the aircraft’s demise.

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