Possible US targets in Syria also include Syrian Army units. The Pentagon is said to expand the list of possible targets in Syria after US President and Nobel Peace Prize Laureate has ordered the Pentagon to update the list of targets in the Arab country. However, the news about the update of the list of possible US targets in Syria [Continue reading…]
Israeli regime carried out missile test to test Syrian air defence? While units of the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) have regained the full control above the strategically important town of Ariha, the Israeli regime in Tel Aviv has reportedly tested the Syrian air defence by a joint missile launch of two rockets in the Mediterranean Sea – with its usual [Continue reading…]
Again at the Gulf of Tonkin. The Ministry of Defence of the Russian Federation has recently (about 8.15 clock EST) announced that it has registered two rocket launches towards the east coast of the Mediterranean Sea. The message went through the news agencies of Russia with the reference to the Russian Ministry of Defence, so that a hoax (canard) is [Continue reading…]
The Russian President Vladimir Putin has not only defended the sale of S-300 air defense systems to Syria by Moscow on Tuesday, but he also made it clear in his statements from yesterday that the contracts with the Syrian government in Damascus for the S-300 air defense systems have not yet been fulfilled by Russia.
Some analysts from Western countries are convinced that the Israeli regime might be forced to attack more weapon shipments to Damascus because the Russian administration already said that it will stick to the contracts with the Syrian government and that it remains committed to the previous arms deals with Syria.
Lavrov about the S-300 for Syria – Official stuff. From an interview with the Foreign Minister of the Russian Federation Sergey Lavrov for the Lebanese news portal Al-Mayadden on 13 May 2013 and the interview has been published on the website of the Foreign Ministry of the Russian Federation (RF):