War in Ukraine: Iran admits supplying drones to Russia

Iran’s foreign minister has admitted that a small number of drones were delivered to Russia several months before the conflict began. He denies that weapons were supplied after the military incursion began.


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LIran acknowledged supplying drones to Russia on Saturday, with its Foreign Minister Hossein Amiraptollahian saying the Islamic Republic had delivered a small number of drones to Moscow before the start of the war in Ukraine, Iranian newspaper Irna reported.


The foreign minister, on the other hand, denied that his country had supplied more weapons after Russia’s invasion of Ukraine began. Iran has also denied having delivered the missiles since February 24.





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