US, allies discuss Iranian drone transfers to Russia at UN


The United States, Britain and France raised the issue of Iran’s alleged transfer of drones to Russia at a meeting of the UN Security Council on Wednesday, US State Department prophet Ned Price said.

“We expressed our grave enterprises about Russia’s accession of these UAVs from Iran,” Price said in a statement. “We now have abundant substantiation that these UAVs are being used to strike Ukrainian civilians and critical mercenary structure.”

“We’ll not vacillate to use our warrants and other applicable tools on all involved in these transfers,” Price said.

Ukraine has reported a torrent of Russian attacks using Iranian- made Shahed- 136 drones in recent weeks. Iran denies supplying the drones to Russia, while the Kremlin has not reflected.

The State Department assessed that Iranian drones were used on Monday in a morning rush hour attack on the Ukrainian capital Kyiv, an functionary said. White House prophet Karinne Jean- Pierre also indicted Tehran of lying when it says Iranian drones aren’t being used by Russia in Ukraine.

Resolution 2231 championed the deal between Iran and Britain, China, France, Germany, Russia and the United States that limited Tehran’s uranium enrichment exertion, making it harder for Iran to develop nuclear arms while lifting transnational warrants.

Under the resolution, a conventional arms proscription on Iran was in place until October 2020. Despite US sweats under former chairman Donald Trump, who took the United States out of the deal in 2018, to extend the arms proscription, the Security Council rejected this, paving the way for Iran to renew arms exports.

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