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Media: “Hundreds of ballistic missiles from Iran to Russia.” While Kiev is increasingly short of ammunition, Moscow is growing stronger

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Media: “Hundreds of ballistic missiles from Iran to Russia.”  While Kiev is increasingly short of ammunition, Moscow is growing stronger

Iran supplied to Russia hundreds of powerful ballistic missiles earth-earth. The agency writes it Reuters citing six sources. These are around 400 missiles, many of them from the family of short-range ballistic weapons Fateh-110 like it Zolfaghar, three said Iranian sources. It is a missile capable of hitting targets at a distance of up to 700 km. Shipments have begun at the beginning of January and a Tehran military officer said there had been at least four shipments which will be followed by others in the coming weeks. Another senior Iranian official said some of the missiles were sent to Russia by ship across the Caspian Sea, while others were transported by plane. “There will be more shipments,” a second Iranian official said. “There’s no reason to hide it. We can export weapons to any country we want.” The Iranian Defense Ministry and the Revolutionary Guards declined to comment, and the Russian Defense Ministry did not immediately respond to a request for comment. A Ukrainian military source told Reuters that Kiev has so far not detected any use of Iranian ballistic missiles.

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United Nations Security Council restrictions on Iran’s export of certain missiles, drones and other technologies they expired in October. However, the United States and the European Union have maintained sanctions on Iran’s ballistic missile program precisely because of concerns about arms exports to the Middle East and Russia. The White House National Security Spokesperson, John Kirbyexpressed Washington’s concern in early January that Russia was close to acquiring short-range ballistic weapons from Iran, in addition to the missiles already supplied by North Korea.

The news comes as concerns are growing among Western allies about the evolution of the situation in Ukraine where Russia continues to gain ground. The Secretary General of NATO Jens Stoltenberg during a press point with the Prime Minister of Georgia, Irakli Kobakhidze stated today that “The withdrawal of Ukrainian forces from the city of Avdiivka shows what the situation is extremely difficult ma the Ukrainians exceeded our expectations many times”. The Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelenskiy he changed the military leadership and its troops I’m running out of ammunition and weapons while a weakening of support from Western public opinion and political conflict slow down the approval of new aid. Last February 1, the EU managed to approve a new 50 billion euro financial aid package but the new US funds risk not getting the green light from Congress.

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