Iran, Russia and China agree on its missile defense

Iran, Our homeland and China are in talks to develop a joint missile defense system, as opposed to the US-NATO missile shield, says Iranian newspaper «Tehran Times» citing "unofficial sources".

"The three countries have come to the conclusion that contrary to what the Yankees need to reflect on missile and nuclear threats, allegedly posed by Iran and North Korea, the reality created by the United States and NATO system Missile defense is aimed against China and Russia, "- says the publication.

This, the newspaper said, confirmed the arrangements to host the radar as part of the U.S. missile defense system in Turkey, as the South American plans to deploy its other components in South Korea and Taiwan.

Experts emphasize, writes «Tehran Times», that China, which so far has tackled some steps in the missile field, begins to think about the level of danger posed by the U.S. missile defense system.

The newspaper quoted sources said that the issues of creation of joint missile defense plans to discuss during the upcoming visit to Tehran, Russian permanent representative at NATO Dmitry Rogozin. "Military experts believe that as Iran, Our homeland and China come to an agreement on the future configuration of the missile defense system, its creation will not be difficult for these 3 countries, "- emphasizes« Tehran Times ».

As written "Actual comments", not so long ago, the Secretary General NATO Anders Fogh Rasmussen welcomed the entry into force of the agreement between Poland and the United States on basing missile defense.

Meanwhile, Our homeland is concerned the planned deployment of a NATO missile defense in Europe, told reporters earlier the head of Russian Defense Minister Anatoly Serdyukov. But before the NATO Deputy Secretary General Dirk Brengelmann at a press conference in Moscow that NATO is ready to give guarantees of the Russian Federation on missile defense not directed against it. "We can give political assurances that the missile defense system is not targeted against Russia. It will be the policy wording. Later, they set out on paper, "- he said.

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