Sunday, March 3, 2024

New Russian «Iskander» missile complexes cannot be exported

The short-range nuclear-capable Iskander missile complexes cannot be exported under Russian federal law, according to the head of state corporation “Rostec” Sergei Chemezov.

The Iskander missile system (NATO reporting name SS-26 Stone) cannot be sold to other countries because  it is in the list of products prohibited from export.  Earlier Saudi Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir officially confirmed his country’s interest in the Russian missiles.

Iskander-M is a Russian mobile short-range ballistic missile system, which entered into service in 2006. Iskander missiles are nuclear-capable and can engage a wide range of targets, from enemy military units to underground command centers.

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The Iskander is characterized by its high mobility and maneuverability, as it takes just 20 minutes to put the system in operational readiness.

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