Moscow says S-300 supplies to Iran will force those willing to attack it to ‘think twice’ | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Moscow says S-300 supplies to Iran will force those willing to attack it to ‘think twice’

However, according to the minister, neither Moscow, nor Tehran need a Russian-Iranian military alliance.
"We have received no [such] proposals from the Iranian side. This is unrealistic and unnecessary," Lavrov said.
According to him, Russia, Iran, as well as India and China are members of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO). "SCO members and observers actively interact within the framework of this antiterrorist structure, at regular military exercises, which are primarily of antiterrorist nature or are aimed at emergency response preparation," said the Russian foreign minister. "This is quite enough for promoting these ideas," Lavrov said. "As for the attitude towards Russia in Iran, I think the people fairly assess our interaction."
"Our role in the Iranian affairs - everybody recognizes this - are the agreements that were politically formalised at negotiations in Lausanne," the minister said. "The agreements are based on the concept we had put forward several years ago - reciprocity and a phased approach."

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