The head of state arms exporter Rosoboronexport, earlier said that Russia had received about a dozen orders for the delivery of the S-400 systems.
Russia is now negotiating the supply of the state-of-the-art S-400 missile systems to India while a contract for their delivery to Turkey is now close to being signed.
Russia has also established similar “exclusion zones” in Kaliningrad region, Crimea and on Sakhalin Island.
“With a system like this, other countries will also be able to establish such 'exclusion zones,' whether total or partial, modern militaries, including US, will find hard or impossible to penetrate,” Murakhovsky added.
He believes that in addition to India and Turkey, Egypt, Iran and some Southeast Asian countries, wary of China’s growing military might, could be willing to obtain S-400 missile systems.
US Patriot is the Only Rival
In an interview with Sputnik, the head of the Center of International Arms Trade Analysis Igor Korotchenko described the S-400 as the most technologically advanced segment of the global arms market.
“The latest version of the US Patriot missiles, the PAC-3, is the only such system around that can hold up to the S-400,” he said.
“The S-400 effectively handles a wide range of modern-day threats,”Korotchenko explained.
He added that the S-400 could be of prime interest to Southeast Asian countries and those in North Africa and the Middle and Near East.
Meanwhile, Russia's Federal Service for Military-Technical Cooperation (FSMTC) is currently working on about a dozen orders for deliveries of S-400 missile systems.
The FSMTC is also working to increase the exports of navy equipment and improve maintenance services it offered its customers.