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    Deputy head of Russia's Security Council said that Moscow has no plans to send additional weaponry to Russia's military group in Syria the near future.

    ST. PETERSBURG (Sputnik) Moscow has no plans to send additional weaponry to Russia's military group in Syria the near future, deputy head of Russia's Security Council Yevgeny Lukyanov said Saturday.

    "I know that our military group is well equipped. It does not experience a lack of ammunition or equipment," Lukyanov told RIA Novosti on the sidelines of the SPIEF international economic forum in St. Petersburg.

    According to him, Russia continues to carry out its obligations on the military supply to the Syrian armed forces.

    "Of course, we continue our supplies to the Syrian armed forces. These are our contractual commitments," the official said.

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