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    Saudi King's Visit to Russia in October 2017 (27)
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    Moscow and Riyadh have agreed on the deliveries of Russian S-400 Triumf air defense systems to Saudi Arabia.

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    The agreements also include Kornet-EM anti-tank missile systems, TOS-1A "Buratino" heavy flame systems, AGS-30 grenade launchers and Kalashnikov AK-103 assault rifles. Thus, Saudi Arabia may dump US Patriot systems in favor of their Russian-made analogues.

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