Iran says it refused to supply drones to Russia 

Iran has no plans to send military aid neither to Russia nor to Ukraine, the Iranian Foreign Ministry said.

Earlier U.S. National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan said Tehran was planning to supply military drones to Russia. However, the Iranian Minister of Foreign Affairs Hossein Amir-Abdollahian denied Sullivans’ claim, La Repubblica reported on July 13.

Iran avoids any actions that could lead to further escalation in Ukraine, including the supply of military equipment, Amir-Abdollahian said.

“We have defense agreements with Russia, but we will not help any of the parties involved in this conflict,” he added.


  1. How can you trust a terrorist state, that come out with a statement like this after they shot down the Ukrainian plane in 2020.

    “What we can say with certainty is that no missile hit the plane.” He urged Western nations to, in his words, “come and show their findings to the world.”

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