June 10 (EUROPA PRESS) –
The United States Diplomatic Mission to the United Nations has asked the UN to investigate the sale of Iranian drones to Russia, used in the war against Ukraine and whose transfer violates the UN Security Council resolution, which prohibits importing these types of weapons. from Iran.
“This morning the United States released further information documenting how Iran has provided Russia with hundreds of one-way attack UAVs, as well as equipment related to the production of UAVs. Russia has been using these UAVs in the weeks to attack Kiev, destroy Ukrainian infrastructure and kill and terrorize Ukrainian civilians,” Ambassador Linda Thomas-Greenfield said in a statement.
Ukraine, the United States and other countries have already sent information and analysis to the UN, and the US has indicated its intention to continue sharing its concerns in this regard with the aim of “protecting civilians from further harm.”
“There is an urgent need for the Secretary General –António Guterres– to respond to calls from the international community to investigate these violations. Doing so could save lives,” Thomas-Greenfield said.
The spokesman for the White House National Security Council, John Kirby, told this Friday that Iran would be using the Caspian Sea routes to move drones, ammunition and mortar shells to Russia, through “opaque” or who have deactivated their browsing data. Washington maintains that the route would begin from the port of Amirabad to the Russian city of Majachkala.