Iran denies supplying Russia with drones: US accuses Tehran of lying
The Russian military has no Iranian weapons, including drones and missiles. It is possible that what they do have is copied from Iranian models, but Iran denies supplying Russia with drones and ballistic missiles.
This was stated by Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir Abdollahian at a speech in Davos.
The Iranian minister claims that "Ukraine has not provided any evidence" that Russia is using Iranian technology in the war with Ukraine. "They can be copied by others," Amir Abdollahian said. He added that Iran had asked Russia several times whether they had used Iranian-made weapons against Ukraine, to which Russia denied.
In turn, the US Foreign Ministry accused Iran of spreading lies. "This is obviously not true. The evidence is there and it speaks for itself," said US Foreign Ministry spokesman Matthew Miller.
As reported by OBOZREVATEL, a new cargo plane recently arrived in Russia from Iran. This may indicate new deliveries of Shahed-136s and spare parts. So, the launches of enemy kamikaze drones in Ukraine will obviously continue.
Earlier, CNN reported that Iran had developed an "explosive and reconnaissance" drone for Russia, the Shahed-107. It is likely to be equipped with technology to search for important targets on the battlefield, such as British and American MLRS.