Iran reacted to Ukraine’s decision to deprive the country’s ambassador of accreditation due to the supply of drones to the Russian army by Tehran. This was stated by Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Nasser Kanaani, quoting him Reuters.
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According to him, Iran “regrets” Ukraine’s decision to lower the level of relations in connection with reports of deliveries of Iranian drones to Russia.
He “advised” Ukraine “to refrain from the influence of third parties who seek to destroy relations between the two countries.”
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has deprived the Iranian ambassador in Ukraine of accreditation, and has also reduced the number of diplomatic personnel of the Iranian embassy in Kyiv. The decision was made in response to Iran’s supply of weapons to the Russian army.
The department announced the order of the President Vladimir Zelensky respond urgently to the facts of the use of Iranian-made weapons by the Russian troops.
- On September 20, Ukrainian PPO shot down a Shahed-136 in the Mykolaiv region.
- On September 22, the Armed Forces of Ukraine destroyed four Russian Shahed-136 kamikaze drones at once with two missiles.
- On September 23, the Air Force announced the elimination of six more Iranian-made drones.
See also: Ukraine asked Israel for intelligence about Iran’s military support for the Russian army – Axios
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