Iran General NewsUS welcomes Russian 'restraint' on Iran missile sale

US welcomes Russian ‘restraint’ on Iran missile sale

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AFP: The United States on Thursday welcomed Russian “restraint” in not delivering promised S-300 air defense missiles to Iran.

WASHINGTON (AFP) — The United States on Thursday welcomed Russian “restraint” in not delivering promised S-300 air defense missiles to Iran.

“Russia has exercised responsibility, restraint and has not delivered those missiles to Iran,” said State Department spokesman Philip Crowley.

Crowley noted that the missiles are not included in Wednesday’s UN sanctions resolution against Iran passed by the Security Council, but said “we have recognised and appreciated the restraint that Russia showed up to this point.”

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