The call came after Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir Abdollahian said that Tehran had delivered a small number of UAVs to Moscow months before Russia launched a special military operation in Ukraine.
Mikhail Podolyak, a Ukrainian presidential adviser, advocated for assaults on Iranian companies he alleges are manufacturing unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) that are being shipped to Russia for use in invasions of its neighbors. I don’t think Iran needs to be subject to any additional sanctions or embargoes. On November 5, Podolyak said to a Ukrainian TV channel, “I think it is conceivable to launch targeted operations against the manufacture of UAVs or ballistic missiles.
Hossein Amir Abdollahian, the foreign minister of Iran, said earlier in an interview with the Fars news agency that Tehran had sent a few unmanned aerial vehicles to Moscow before to the start of Russia’s illegal military action in the neighboring nation.
Abdollahian also disclosed that Ukraine postponed a meeting on the issue of armaments with the Iranian delegation that was scheduled to take place in Poland as a result of US pressure, according to Al Mayadeen TV channel.
The Washington Post claimed in August that Iran has given Russia UAVs. Later, similar assertions were also made by the US administration. These accusations have been frequently refuted by Moscow and Tehran. Dmitry Peskov, a spokesman for the Kremlin, referred to such allegations as fake news and highlighted that the Russian military only employs UAVs made in Russia.