Ukraine has offered allies missile strikes on Shahed factories in Iran, Syria and Russia - The Guardian
These drones are known to be used by the Russian army against the Ukrainian people, launching them to destroy civilian and other infrastructure. As stated in the 47-page document, in just three months, the Russian Federation fired at Ukraine more than 600 times.
"Among the proposals for Ukraine's Western allies - which they are likely to refuse - are missile strikes on the factories producing these UAVs in Iran, Syria, and a potential production site in the Russian Federation," the publication writes.
At the same time, Western journalists noted that the Ukrainian Defense Forces could take all such actions on their own. However, for this, they need long-range missiles.
As reported by OBOZREVATEL, the Iranian-designed Shahed-131, which Russia uses to strike Ukraine, is assembled using more than fifty elements from Western countries. Kyiv informed its partners that 52 electrical components from Western companies were found in the latest UAVs launched by the occupiers.
Meanwhile, Iran itself boasted of a modified model of the Shahed, which it intends to supply to Russia for strikes on Ukraine's civilian infrastructure. Now the modernized drone can fly silently.