Ukraine TV: GP cannot prove that drones used by Russia are of Iranian origin
MOSCOW, January 21 – RIA Novosti. The Ukrainian press, citing a comment by Ivan Chizhevsky, an employee of the Office of the Prosecutor General, cannot reliably confirm the origin of the kamikaze drones, which, according to Kiev, are allegedly manufactured in Iran and used in Ukraine by Russia. of Ukraine.
The Ukrainian channel Suspilne (Public) quoted Chizhevsky on its website, “We cannot yet say that these are Iranian-made drones. A pre-trial investigation is currently underway. It will not be quick.”
A clear “decision” would require extensive scrutiny, with the participation of experts from various fields, the prosecutor said. It was reported that Ukrainian investigators tried to establish the reasons for the similarity of the same type of UAVs of the Russian Federation and Iran and to find the place of production of the UAVs, but the investigative activities were hindered due to the damage to the signs. Fragments of the impact of drones and distrust of Ukrainian investigators to the remaining signs.
Western countries have previously claimed that Iran is supplying UAVs to Russia for military operations in Ukraine. Moscow and Tehran have repeatedly denied such accusations. Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir Abdollahian said that Tehran supplied drones to the Russian Federation, but it was a few months before the start of a special operation in Ukraine. In an interview with RIA Novosti, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov noted that Western statements about Iran’s alleged delivery of drones to Russia were unfounded, and Foreign Ministry spokesperson Maria Zakharova said that this issue was artificially brought to the American media.
Information on the supply of missiles to Russia had previously been called “completely false” by the Iranian Foreign Minister. The Kremlin also noted that it does not have data on Iranian weapons – Dmitry Peskov, the press secretary of the President of the Russian Federation, reported that “Russian equipment is used with Russian names.”
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