Saudi plans to purchase new air defense systems

Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad Bin Salman Bin Abdulaziz is said to have approved a list of the countries with which he intends to cooperate on various types of air defense systems.

The needed systems are for countering drones, cruise missiles and ballistic missiles.

The purchase of such systems is aimed at reinforcing protection the Saudi oil facilities following a series of attacks that targeted pump stations, Shaybah oil field and oil facilities in Abqaiq and Khurais.

Tactical Report has prepared a 391-word report to shed light on the list and tell how Crown Prince Mohammad will proceed to procure the required systems.

[Partly reproduced in TR Weekly Issue No 26/39 – Sept. 27, 2019]

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