© Reuters. FILE PHOTO: A drone is launched throughout a army train in an undisclosed location in Iran, on this handout picture obtained on August 25, 2022. Iranian Military/WANA (West Asia Information Company)/Handout through REUTERS
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The USA, Britain and France raised the problem of Iran’s alleged switch of drones to Russia at a gathering of the U.N. Safety Council on Wednesday, U.S. State Division spokesperson Ned Worth mentioned.
“We expressed our grave considerations about Russia’s acquisition of those UAVs from Iran,” Worth mentioned in an announcement. “We now have plentiful proof that these UAVs are getting used to strike Ukrainian civilians and important civilian infrastructure.”
“We is not going to hesitate to make use of our sanctions and different acceptable instruments on all concerned in these transfers,” Worth mentioned.