Syria denies reports Russia canceled MiG-31 plane deal

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May 24, 2009 18:50

 
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Syria on Sunday denied reports that Russia had decided to call off the sale to Damascus of eight MiG-31 planes in the wake of pressure from Israel. "This is part of attempts to undermine the friendly relations and cooperation between Syria and Russia," an official Syrian statement quoted b Reuters said.

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