Russia and Iran agree on a plan to collect Iranian-made weapons
“According to new intelligence obtained by alleged and Western security services, after weeks of arrests in Ukrainian cities with Iranian-made drones, Moscow is quietly approaching Tehran to begin production of hundreds of drones destined for Russian territory,” Australia said in a statement.
It is noted that Russian and Iranian officials are embracing the agreement during meetings in Iran in early November, and several countries are moving quickly to implement projects and add components that could begin production within months, three officials familiar with the mandatory said in an interview. .
The agreement, if fully implemented, will further deepen the Russian-Iranian alliance, which has already been blamed for Moscow’s natural disaster in Ukraine, according to an official statement. By acquiring a new assembly line, Russia could drastically increase its stockpile of relatively inexpensive but highly dilapidated weapons systems that have changed the ongoing month-long nature of the Ukrainian conflict in recent weeks.
The Washington Post says that this could become a serious problem for the Russian Federation as part of the high-precision months of struggle that disappear after the nine-day war. According to officials, the agreements are also major economic and beneficial for Iran. Despite the fact that Tehran has shown itself to be neutral in the conflict with Ukraine, the appearance of Iranian drones over Ukrainian cities has caused a new economic situation to invade the country from Europe. Iran’s leaders believe they will avoid any gathering if the drones are physically assembled in Russia, officials said.