'Syria did not receive advanced radar systems from Iran'

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July 7, 2010 18:47

 
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A senior army official denied reports that Iran provided Syria with advanced radar systems.

It had been suggested that the new radar systems would be used to provide Iran with early warning in case of an Israeli attack on its nuclear facilities.

"Israel has not identified any signs or on the part of Hizbullah or Syria of an expected attack," said the source.

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