“In return for having supplied more than 300 kamikaze drones, Russia now intends to provide Iran with advanced military components, undermining both Middle East and international security — we must expose that deal,” Wallace said during a speech in the House of Commons.
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The minister didn’t specify further details regarding the types of military components Moscow was preparing to hand over.
“Iran has become one of Russia’s top military backers,” Wallace added.
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Earlier, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said that Russia has received a new batch of 250 Shahed-136 kamikaze drones from Iran, which Moscow uses to attack Ukraine’s power grid. The latest such attack took place on Dec. 19, plunging much of Kyiv into a blackout.
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