Moscow has not supplied Iran with the S-300 air-defense missiles, Russian Deputy Prime Minister Sergei Ivanov said Wednesday.
However, speaking to reporters in the Russian town of Fryazino, Ivanov didn't answer the question of whether Moscow intended to supply the advanced systems to Iran in the future, merely saying, "There have been no such deliveries to date."
He stressed, nevertheless, that the systems were of a defensive nature.
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