Despite repeated denials by Russia and Iran in recent times, the UK has announced that Russia has likely begun receiving regular deliveries of Iranian Shaheed drones in small numbers.

The UK Department of Defense estimated in its intelligence report today, Sunday, that Russian forces have carried out at least 71 strikes using these aircraft against targets in Ukraine since the beginning of March.

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It also indicated that Russia could launch Iranian “Shaheed” aircraft from two directions, namely from the Krasnodar region of Russia in the east and from the Bryansk region in the northeast.

In addition, it was observed that Russian troops extended the range of their strikes with marches to disperse Ukrainian air defenses. She explained that this gives Russia the ability to target large areas of Ukraine and reduce the flight time to targets in northern Ukraine.

In recent months, Kyiv has repeatedly accused Tehran of supporting Moscow with drones, confirming that it shot down dozens of Iranian-made drones.

However, the Iranian authorities generally rejected the support of the Russian forces, stressing that they support the search for a peaceful solution between the two sides of this conflict, which ended on February 24, its first year, opening the second.

Iran is located on the southern border of the Caspian Sea, and Russia is located on the northwestern border of the sea, which is the largest inland body of water in the world, making physical transportation between allied countries relatively easy, despite massive sanctions. imposed on Russia.

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