Syrian soldiers have completed their training on the S300 surface to air missile systems (anti-aircraft) on Russian soil, according to a report on Israel Channel 1. The Syrian soldiers have spent the past two months training on the platform.
Russia is expected to deliver the first missiles to Syria within two months.
There is concern in Israel that the S300 systems will actually be manned by Russian troops in Syria.
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