Iran Defense Ministry on Saturday unveiled over a dozen of electronic, optic and radar systems, the latest attempt by the Islamic republic to boost its defensive capabilities in face of potential threats.
In a ceremony attended by Iranian Defense Minister Brigadier General Ahmad Vahidi, 20 electronic, optic and radar projects were unveiled in Shiraz Electronic Industries (SA Shiraz).
“…, We managed to hand over 10 systems (to the Armed Forces), inaugurate production lines for 7 other systems and unveil 3 newly-made electronic, optic and radar systems,” Vahidi said at the ceremony.
Tehran has unveiled a series of domestic military and defensive projects over the last few months to boost its defensive capabilities and to move along with the doctrine of self-sufficiency it follows.
Last week, the defense ministry delivered three squadrons of upgraded, radar-evading flying boats named ‘Bavar-2’ (Belif-2) to the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC).