The delivery includes a control station, a radar station, energy and support equipment, spare parts, tools and other components of the S-400 systems, said the source, who asked not to be named due to restrictions on speaking to the media.
The source also said Russia's Defense Ministry last year trained a group of Chinese soldiers to use the S-400 systems.
China was the first buyer of these anti-aircraft weapons. In 2014, Moscow and Beijing signed a contract on the S-400 systems under which Russia has to deliver to China six S-400 systems at a cost of some $3 billion.
The contract does not provide either technology transfer or licensed production of S-400 missile systems to China.
Last December, Turkey announced that it had concluded an agreement with Russia for the purchase of two S-400 systems by early 2020.