In footage by IRIB on Sunday, the video shows S300-PMU2 launchers with some of the system’s radars.
Iranian Defense Minister Hossein Dehqan on August 20 announced that Iran will fully receive the remaining batch of the missile defense system in a month.
Russia undertook to deliver in parts the systems which are used to intercept tactical and ballistic aircraft and projectiles.
The Russian was to supply Iran with S-300 missile defense under $800 million deal in 2007 but delayed to deliver citing then UN sanctions against Iran.
Iran launched complaint against the relevant Russian arms manufacturer with the International Court of Arbitration in Geneva, President Vladimir Putin lifted the Russian self-imposed ban on the delivery of the S-300 and subsequently Moscow signed a new contract to supply Iran with the systems by the end of that year.