Senior military officials from Syria, including the Assad regime’s Defense Minister Ali Mahmoud Abbas, recently paid a visit to Iran.
Within the scope of the visit, it was stated that Tehran and the Assad regime agreed to export air defense and electronic warfare equipment from Iran to Syria against Israel’s air attacks.
“Syria needs to reconfigure its air defense network and precision-guided bombs for warplanes. We will most likely witness the supply of Iranian radars and defense missiles such as the Khordad 15 system to Syria to strengthen Syria’s air defense,” the report said. statements were included.
Iranian Defense Minister Mohammad Reza Ashtiani, in a meeting with his Syrian counterpart Abbas in Tehran on February 22, said that “all capacities should be used to increase Syria’s defense capability”.
Iran introduced the domestic air defense system called “Khordad 15” in June 2019.
Since 2011, Israel has been carrying out frequent air strikes, especially against Iranian-backed forces in Syria.