Iran holds the talks with Russian officials to transfer anti-aircraft missile system S-300, Iranian Defense Minister Ahmad Vahidi was quoted by MEHR news agency as saying.
"Non-transfer of S-300 anti-aircraft missile systems to Iran by Russia contradicts the terms of the agreement signed between the two countries," Vahidi said.
Russia and Iran signed a contract to supply S-300 anti-aircraft missile systems worth $1 billion in December 2005. Worried about the treaty and Iran's nuclear program, the U.S. and Israel called for Moscow to abandon the supply of missile systems to Iran.
Russian President Dmitry Medvedev signed three decrees to ban the supply of S-300 missile defense systems, military aircrafts, combat ships and armored vehicles to Iran, the entry of certain people engaged in Iran's nuclear program. One of decrees established a limit for insurance companies cooperating with the country.
Earlier, Russia voted for the adoption of the resolution 1929 of the UN Security Council against Iran's nuclear program. Afterwards, the president signed these decrees to fulfill the resolution.