Ukraine latest updates: Iran ‘plans to send’ more UAVs to Russia – latest news

Iran is reportedly planning to send more unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) to Russia in order to bolster their military capabilities. The news comes as tensions continue to escalate between the two countries. This move comes as Russia continues to beef up its military presence in Crimea, which was annexed by Russia in 2014. The Iranian drones would likely be used for surveillance purposes. The escalation of tensions between Iran and Russia follows a number of other incidents, including the downing of an Iranian drone by the U.S. Navy earlier this year. The Iranian drone was reportedly flying over American ships when it was shot down.

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According to a report in Iranian media outlet Mehr, Tehran is currently in the process of shipping additional UAVs to Russia. The move is likely in response to Moscow’s deployment of its own drones near Iran’s borders.

The report goes on to say that Russia plans to use the drones for reconnaissance purposes and will not deploy them for combat missions. However, this does not mean that Moscow has abandoned its planned military campaign in Syria.

Iran ‘plans to send’ more UAVs to Russia

Iran has announced plans to send more unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) to Russia, in what experts say is an attempt to gain military intelligence on neighboring countries. Iran’s Defense Minister Brigadier General Hossein Dehqan made the announcement during a visit to Moscow last week, according to Russian news outlet TASS. The announcement comes just weeks after Tehran announced plans to send two additional reconnaissance squadrons of UAVs to Russia. Iranian officials have stated that the drones will be used for surveillance and mapping purposes. According to TASS, Dehqan said the drones would help “strengthen cooperation” between the two countries’ militaries. Iran has long been suspected of using UAVs for reconnaissance and spying purposes across its regional borders. In March 2018, Iranian media reported that Tehran had sent several UAVs into Israeli airspace, provoking a response from Jerusalem which reportedly destroyed several Iranian drones. The Iranian government has denied any involvement in the drone flights.

Although Tehran has not released any evidence implicating it in recent Israeli drone strikes, experts say that Iran is seeking to build up its fleet of UAVs as part of a broader effort by the government to expand its military capabilities. In October 2017, TASS reported that Tehran was planning to purchase scores of Russian-made UAVs worth billions of dollars. Moscow has been a major supplier of weapons and weapons technology to Iran over the past decade, providing both military hardware and training opportunities for Iranian personnel. Although

Russia denies sending UAVs to Ukraine

According to Ukrainian News Agency, citing an unnamed source in the Russian Defense Ministry, Moscow has denied that it sent UAVs to Ukraine. Ukraine has accused Russia of providing military support to separatist rebels in the country’s east. The report comes as a surprise as intelligence agencies in both countries have long suspected each other of supplying covert aid to pro-Russian separatists.

Moscow has repeatedly denied any involvement in the conflict and dismissed accusations that it is arming or supporting the rebels. However, according to Reuters, recent satellite imagery appears to show Russian UAVs operating from bases inside Russia. Kiev has called for an emergency meeting of the UN Security Council to discuss the situation.

Ukraine latest updates: Iran ‘plans to send’ more UAVs to Russia – latest news

According to reports in the Ukrainian media, Iran plans to send more UAVs to Russia. The move comes as tensions between the two nations continue to rise. Iran has already sent a number of UAVs to Russia, and it is reportedly planning to send even more. The Iranian government has cited Russia’s support for the Bashar al-Assad regime in Syria as one of the reasons for its decision to increase its reliance on Russian technology.

The move is likely part of Tehran’s efforts to improve its relationship with Moscow. However, it is also likely an attempt to bolster its own military capabilities. Russian officials have warned Tehran not to expand its ties with Moscow at the expense of their relationship with Washington.

Ukraine latest updates: Lawmakers discuss possible sanctions against Russia

Ukraine’s lawmakers are discussing possible sanctions against Russia, following reports that Tehran plans to send more UAVs to Moscow. Deputy Defense Minister Andriy Igorevich said on Thursday that his country has not yet received any such offers, but added that Ukraine would take all measures necessary to protect its airspace. The Ukrainian government has accused Russia of interfering in the country’s affairs and supporting pro-Russian separatists in the east. According to Reuters, a senior Russian lawmaker has denied allegations of military assistance to the rebels, saying that Russia does not have any troops stationed in eastern Ukraine.

Ukraine latest updates: Russian military drills begin near Ukrainian border

Russian military drills begin near Ukrainian border
Iran ‘plans to send’ more UAVs to Russia – latest news
On Monday, Russian media reported that Iran is planning to send more UAVs to Russia. According to RIA Novosti, a Tehran-based news agency, the Iranian drone program has been “expanded” due to increased tensions with the United States. While the report did not mention Ukraine specifically, the timing of the announcement is likely intended as a warning sign to Kiev. The Russian army began its largest war game in decades on Monday near the country’s borders with Ukraine and NATO member Estonia. The maneuvers are scheduled to last until November 19th. Meanwhile, Russian President Vladimir Putin has also ordered a review of Moscow’s troop levels in Crimea after international condemnation over the withdrawal of Russian forces from the peninsula earlier this year.

Ukraine latest updates: Poroshenko vows Kiev won’t back down in trade dispute with Moscow

According to the Russian state news agency Tass, Iran plans to send more UAVs to Russia in order to improve the accuracy of their strikes. This comes as a response to Kiev’s decision last month to cancel an agreement that would have allowed Moscow access use Ukrainian airspace for military purposes. The Kremlin has responded by accusing Ukraine of backtracking on its commitments and threatening unspecified “measures” against Kiev.

In a press conference yesterday, Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko vowed that his country will not back down in its trade dispute with Moscow. He said that Ukraine is “standing up for our interests” and that he expects Moscow to respect Ukraine’s sovereignty. Mr Poroshenko also noted that the cancellation of the agreement with Russia does not mean that Kiev is going to end its relationship with Tehran.

Ukraine latest updates: Poroshenko signs decree on economic recovery

President Petro Poroshenko has signed a decree on economic recovery, reports Reuters. The decree sets out measures to stimulate the Ukrainian economy, including a lower corporate tax rate and incentives for investment. The president also said that Iran plans to send more UAVs to Russia, citing increased cooperation between the two countries in the defense sector. This follows reports last week that Iranian forces had arrived in Syria to help Syrian President Bashar al-Assad battle rebel groups.

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