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  • Writer's pictureBy The Financial District

Iran Using Russian Dependence On Its Drones To Secure Nuke Tech

Iran is exploiting Russia's dependence on its kamikaze drone supplies to secure nuclear technology and intensify its nuclear weapons program, the US-based Institute for the Study of War (ISW) told Kyiv Independent.

Photo Insert: An Iranian-made drone

“The nuclear assistance requests and the recognition of the drone shipments are both indicators that Iranian officials may intend to more clearly establish an explicit bilateral security relationship with Russia in which they are more equal partners,” ISW stressed.

The US online publication Politico has reported that Russia has failed to destroy a single High Mobility Artillery Rocket Systems (HIMARS) rocket artillery launcher in Ukraine even as Ukraine has started a global fundraising campaign to purchase a marine drone fleet.

“This is only for the protection of our marine water area. We don't claim anything that doesn't belong to us,” Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said.

Russian media have admitted that hundreds of Russian conscripts had been killed in Luhansk Oblast.

Media Verstka confirmed that Ukrainian forces attacked the battalion of mobilized Russians, killing hundreds near Makiivka village in the embattled Luhansk Oblast on Nov. 2.

All the news: Business man in suit and tie smiling and reading a newspaper near the financial district.

Meanwhile, the Ukrainian General Staff reported that Russia has lost 75,440 troops in Ukraine since Feb. 24.

In its latest report, the General Staff said Russia had also lost 2,758 tanks, 5,601 armored fighting vehicles, 4,184 vehicles and fuel tanks, 1,776 artillery systems, 391 multiple launch rocket systems, 202 air defense systems, 277 airplanes, 260 helicopters, 1,462 drones and 16 boats.

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