According to the semi-official Fars news agency, a senior Iranian military commander stated on Friday that the nation will conduct the final test
of its enhanced domestic missile defence system, called Bavar (Belief) 373, in the coming days.
The system has passed all initial testing, according to Alireza Sabahi-Fard, head of the Iranian Army's Air Defense Force, in a televised interview.
He emphasised that Bavar 373 is the army's flagship air defence system and that all Iranian air defence systems are outfitted with cutting-edge technology.
A mobile missile defence system called Bavar 373, which was presented in August 2019, is intended to intercept and destroy incoming hostile targets.
The system can concurrently detect up to 300 targets, track 60 targets, and engage six targets,
it can detect and target enemy aircraft outside of Iranian territory by using missiles with a maximum range of 300 kilometres.