"Iran is ready to receive this system and our Russian colleagues have assured us that they will meet their obligations," Sajjadi said at a press conference at the main office of RIA Novosti in Moscow on Thursday.
Earlier last week, the head of Russia's state-run arms exporter Rosoboronexpor, Anatoly Isaikin, stressed his country's commitment to continue military cooperation with Iran.
"Nothing prevents the continuation of military cooperation in those directions of interest to Russia and Iran," Isaikin added.
"Iran has never violated a single commitment it has undertaken with regards to military contracts," he reiterated.
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