Saudi Arabia is studying the purchase of alternative air defense systems...


To counter the growing regional threats in the region


American website: Saudi Arabia is studying the purchase of alternative air defense systems to the United States..and these are the closest countries


Saudi Arabia is using air defense missile systems as an alternative to the American systems and batteries; In order to confront the growing regional threats in the region, especially with the US withdrawal from Afghanistan, and Washington’s tendency to reduce its military presence in the Middle East, according to the US “Breaking Defense” website, which specializes in military affairs.

The American website said that the Kingdom is considering purchasing air defense missile systems from China and Russia, with the United States moving to withdraw Patriot batteries and THAAD air defense systems from a number of countries in the region, in order to reduce and reorganize its military presence in the region.

The Kingdom’s name has long been associated with the conviction of the Russian-made S-400 air defense system, as Vladimir Kozhin, the Russian President’s assistant for military-technical cooperation, had previously announced the signing of documents for a contract to supply S-400 air defense systems to Saudi Arabia in February 2018, however, In February 2019, Sergey Chmezov, head of the Russian company “Rostec” for the manufacture of weapons and military equipment, said: “Negotiations with Saudi Arabia are more complicated, as negotiations are still ongoing,” referring to the negotiations on the defense system.

The Chinese HQ9 air defense system is also emerging as a potential alternative capable of addressing threats, a defense system similar to the Russian S-300 system, which is long-range surface-to-air missiles that use large flat-faced radars and a large missile in their modus operandi. It runs vertically.

It is noteworthy that the Greek National Defense General Staff announced yesterday that Greece has delivered to Saudi Arabia a battery of Patriot anti-aircraft missiles, and the deal to supply the Kingdom with missile batteries was signed last April, and was welcomed as a step forward in the Greek-Gulf cooperation.

American website: Saudi Arabia is studying the purchase of alternative air defense systems to the United States..and these are the closest countries
Yasser Najdi
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2021-09-15
Saudi Arabia is using air defense missile systems as an alternative to the American systems and batteries; In order to confront the growing regional threats in the region, especially with the US withdrawal from Afghanistan, and Washington’s tendency to reduce its military presence in the Middle East, according to the US “Breaking Defense” website, which specializes in military affairs.

The American website said that the Kingdom is considering purchasing air defense missile systems from China and Russia, with the United States moving to withdraw Patriot batteries and THAAD air defense systems from a number of countries in the region, in order to reduce and reorganize its military presence in the region.

The Kingdom’s name has long been associated with the conviction of the Russian-made S-400 air defense system, as Vladimir Kozhin, the Russian President’s assistant for military-technical cooperation, had previously announced the signing of documents for a contract to supply S-400 air defense systems to Saudi Arabia in February 2018, however, In February 2019, Sergey Chmezov, head of the Russian company “Rostec” for the manufacture of weapons and military equipment, said: “Negotiations with Saudi Arabia are more complicated, as negotiations are still ongoing,” referring to the negotiations on the defense system.

The Chinese HQ9 air defense system is also emerging as a potential alternative capable of addressing threats, a defense system similar to the Russian S-300 system, which is long-range surface-to-air missiles that use large flat-faced radars and a large missile in their modus operandi. It runs vertically.

It is noteworthy that the Greek National Defense General Staff announced yesterday that Greece has delivered to Saudi Arabia a battery of Patriot anti-aircraft missiles, and the deal to supply the Kingdom with missile batteries was signed last April, and was welcomed as a step forward in the Greek-Gulf cooperation.

September 15, 2021 – Safar 8 1443

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To counter the growing regional threats in the region

Saudi Arabia is using air defense missile systems as an alternative to the American systems and batteries; In order to confront the growing regional threats in the region, especially with the US withdrawal from Afghanistan, and Washington’s tendency to reduce its military presence in the Middle East, according to the US “Breaking Defense” website, which specializes in military affairs.

The American website said that the Kingdom is considering purchasing air defense missile systems from China and Russia, with the United States moving to withdraw Patriot batteries and THAAD air defense systems from a number of countries in the region, in order to reduce and reorganize its military presence in the region.

The Kingdom’s name has long been associated with the conviction of the Russian-made S-400 air defense system, as Vladimir Kozhin, the Russian President’s assistant for military-technical cooperation, had previously announced the signing of documents for a contract to supply S-400 air defense systems to Saudi Arabia in February 2018, however, In February 2019, Sergey Chmezov, head of the Russian company “Rostec” for the manufacture of weapons and military equipment, said: “Negotiations with Saudi Arabia are more complicated, as negotiations are still ongoing,” referring to the negotiations on the defense system.

The Chinese HQ9 air defense system is also emerging as a potential alternative capable of addressing threats, a defense system similar to the Russian S-300 system, which is long-range surface-to-air missiles that use large flat-faced radars and a large missile in their modus operandi. It runs vertically.

It is noteworthy that the Greek National Defense General Staff announced yesterday that Greece has delivered to Saudi Arabia a battery of Patriot anti-aircraft missiles, and the deal to supply the Kingdom with missile batteries was signed last April, and was welcomed as a step forward in the Greek-Gulf cooperation.

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