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Turkey has signed an agreement of cooperation with Franco-Italian concern Eurosam to develop its own anti-missile defense complexes. At the same time, negotiations with the Russian Federation on the delivery of S-400 air defense missile systems still continue, Defense Minister Fikri Işık said.
"Today, our defense industry department signed a memorandum with Eurosam on the development of a national missile defense system, to be done in cooperation with France and Italy," Hurriyet newspaper …
For the first time, Ukraine has begun preparing anti-aircraft missile units to repel a series of massive enemy air strikes, stated Dmitry Karpenko, head of air defense missile forces of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, as reported by the press service of the Defense Ministry.
“The important thing in the current process of combat training is that we have begun to prepare anti-aircraft missile units to repel a series of massive air strikes, which has not been done since 1992,” Karpenko said.
The deployment of a U.S. anti-missile defense in Europe, including the modernization of the anti-ballistic missile defense system in Greenland, is a pure provocation; Russia will continue to develop anti-aircraft and anti-missile defense systems to maintain strategic balance and overall security, Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin told RIA Novosti, commenting on the reports about the modernization of the U.S. missile defense system in northern Greenland.
“What they are doing is a …
An echeloned national missile defense system will appear in Russia by 2025, said Sergey Boev, the Chief Designer of the missile attack warning system, in an interview with the Russian Parliamentary Newspaper.
He added that the modernization of the A-135 (ABM-3) anti-ballistic missile defense system of Moscow and the Central Industrial District will be completed by 2020. According to him, the missile defense system is being created based on long-range anti-ballistic missile systems, anti- …
The US has not renounced its intention to deploy an anti-ballistic missile (ABM) defense system in the Polish Redzikowo locality, announced Gary Pennett, director of operations for the US Defense Ministry’s Missile Defense Agency, as reported by TASS on Wednesday, May 24.
The American military is planning to deploy an Aegis Ashore Ballistic Missile Defense System (Aegis BMD) in Poland. As Pennett told reporters in the briefing dedicated to the US Missile Defense Agency’s draft budget, the …
South Korea only needs to provide the land for the deployment of the American THAAD missile defense system, Yonhap News Agency reported, citing sources in the South Korean military.
U.S. National Security Advisor Herbert McMaster, in a telephone conversation with his South Korean counterpart, confirmed that Seoul will not incur expenses in connection with the deployment of THAAD.
Earlier, U.S. President Donald Trump said that he wanted South Korea to pay one billion dollars for the THAAD …
The radar of the US nuclear missile strike warning system covers all the trajectories of Russian ballistic missiles that would be launched in the direction of the United States.
This was stated by Lt. General Viktor Poznihir, the First Deputy Chief of the Main Operations Directorate of the Russian General Staff, according to Interfax.
“The radio-location system of the US nuclear missile strike warning system covers all possible trajectories of Russian ballistic missiles launched in the …
Russia has created a continuous radar field along the perimeter of the country to defend against nuclear attack, as stated by Russian Defense Minister Sergey Shoygu, Interfax reports.
According to Shoygu, in 2016 three new Voronezh radar stations in Omsk, Barnaul and Yeniseysk were successfully tested. Three existing stations in Baranovichi, Murmansk and Pechora were also reworked.
"All this has allowed us, for the first time in the history of new Russia, to establish a continuous radar field …
Alexander Botsan-Kharchenko, director of the Fourth European Department of the Russian Foreign Ministry, stated that Moscow considers Romania a country which poses a threat to the safety of Russia, after the appearance of elements of a US anti-missile shield on its territory.
“Romania’s stance and the stance of its leadership, who have turned the country into an outpost, is a clear threat to us. The Romanian side has been told this, even publicly,” Botsan-Kharchenko noted.
According to him, …
NATO denies that the planned negotiations with Kyiv have been postponed, as announced on Radio Liberty, on February 2nd, by a spokesman of the alliance who wished to remain anonymous.
"There is no meeting with any country that was canceled. We will continue to exchange information, to consult and cooperate with our neighbors and partners as the need arises, on a gradual and phased approach. NATO recognizes and respects the interests of other countries regarding the NATO missile defense systems. …