Ukraine war: Iran plans to supply drones to Russia, US warns
US officials say Iran intends to supply Russia with hundreds of drones, some of which have combat capabilities, during the ongoing war in Ukraine. White House National Security Adviser Jack Sullivan said the United States According to the information received by Iran, Iran is preparing to train Russian forces to use drones. He added that it is not clear whether Iran has delivered these drones to them or not. Keep in mind that drones are important in both Ukraine and Russia’s war strategy.
Last week, Ukraine called for thousands of drones to be donated to help with its war effort. Yemen’s Houthi rebels have previously used Iranian drones to attack Saudi Arabia.
Jack Sullivan’s remarks came ahead of US President Joe Biden’s visit to Israel and Saudi Arabia this week. The Middle East has not yet joined the sanctions against Russia over its war in Ukraine.
Israel sees Iran as its biggest regional threat. The United States and other allies have provided billions of dollars worth of weapons to Ukraine since the February attack. Jack Sullivan said the United States would “maintain an effective defense of Ukraine.” President Joe Biden announced a few weeks ago that the United States would provide Ukraine with long-range missiles. Russia, however, has accused the United States of prolonging the war. Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said the United States was “deliberately adding fuel to the fire.”
Russia launches missile attack on Ukrainian city of Kharkiv, killing 6 and injuring 31
Russia has launched a fresh missile strike on the Ukrainian city of Kharkiv, killing at least six people and wounding 31 others. The Ukrainian military says the attack targeted civilians. Ukraine has announced that a preliminary investigation into war crimes against Russia has been launched. Are injured At around 7 a.m., Russian troops fired several rocket launchers at two districts of Kharkiv, targeting residential buildings, a shopping mall and a tire repair shop, according to the office of the attorney general. A preliminary investigation into the Russian attack has been launched. The investigation will also investigate allegations of intentional killing of civilians. According to reports, 31 people were injured in the recent attack, including two children aged four and 16. Among the six civilians killed was a 17-year-old boy and his father. The father and son were driving in their car near a tire shop when they were hit by a missile. An army spokesman said in a statement that 31 bodies had been found under the rubble by 5 a.m. on July 11.