Moscow reveals the number of “suicide marches” it has used in Ukraine

The Russian military operation in Ukraine continues today, Thursday, as Russian army units are trying to establish control and strike at the positions of Ukrainian forces, while Kiev continues to repel Russian attacks in an attempt to advance and retake part of its territory, with military support of the West.

The crisis of the marches used to hit Ukrainian cities continues to be the topic of the moment in political forums, as Ukraine and Western powers accuse Iran of providing Russia with gears to hit targets inside Ukraine, while Moscow and Tehran deny it.

In the latest developments, an informed source revealed ai media Russians that the Russian military has so far used several hundred of what it called made ammunition in house (suicide drones) “lingering” in Ukraine.

“Since the beginning of the military operation in Ukraine, the Russian army has already used several hundred ammunition made in home. We are talking about Cube and two types of Lancet drones, “the source said.

He added that “Russian suicide planes demonstrate high efficiency in destroying Ukrainian forces’ anti-aircraft missile systems, as well as various types of radar stations, including anti-battery combat stations and Ukrainian air defense system radars.”
Ukraine reported weeks ago that Russia launched attacks with Iranian Shahed-136 drones, whose warheads explode in suicide landings, and Kiev severed ties with Tehran.

For his part, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said Ukrainian forces shot down 233 Iranian-made drones within a month, noting that the Ukrainian military was working to protect Ukrainian airspace and ensure its safety.

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The United States says supplying Iran’s warplanes to Russia violates UN Security Council Resolution 2231 in 2015, which sponsored a nuclear deal that is now in ruin.

US State Department spokesman Vidant Patel said Wednesday that “Iran’s supply of these specific types of drones to Russia is a violation of UN Security Council Resolution 2231 and a Security Council issue. of the United Nations”.

The United States, France and Great Britain have asked for this session to be held, although Russia has veto power in the UN Security Council and can therefore overrule any decisions that may be issued by the Council.

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Moscow and Tehran denied the UN on Wednesday that the marches used by Russia to launch attacks in Ukraine are Iranian, accused by Kiev and its Western allies, led by the European Union, which is preparing to impose sanctions on Tehran because of these planes.

After a closed session of the United Nations Security Council held Wednesday for two hours at the request of the United States, France and Great Britain to discuss the issue of Iranian marches, Russian Deputy Ambassador Dmitry Polyansky and Iranian Ambassador Amir Saeed Irwani they took turns talking to reporters at the council door.

With a tone full of irony, the Russian diplomat criticized “unfounded accusations, conspiracy theories and the failure to present prove to the Security Council “.

Polyansky pointed out that the drones “used by the Russian military in Ukraine were manufactured in Russia “and therefore have no connection with Iran.

In turn, the Iranian ambassador has rejected the accusations made against his country of having provided Russia with military marches, considering them “without foundation and substance”. Irawani reiterated that the Islamic Republic wants a “peaceful solution” to the conflict in Ukraine.

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