The Sunday Review

The US Additional information was released Tuesday by the Treasury Department sanctions Information about the entities involved in The production and transfer of Iranian drones to Russia.

The sanctions Target several companies in the aviation industry and two individuals – Abbas Djuma and Tigran Khristoforovich Srabionov – who facilitated the Russian mercenary Wagner Group’s “acquisition of UAVs from Iran,” According to The department.

“As we have demonstrated repeatedly, the United States is determined to sanction people and companies, no matter where they are located, that support Russia’s unjustified invasion of Ukraine,” Janet Yellen, Treasury Secretary in Make a statement.

“Today’s action exposes and holds accountable companies and individuals that have enabled Russia’s use of Iranian-built UAVs to brutalize Ukrainian civilians. This is part of our larger effort to disrupt Russia’s war effort and deny the equipment it needs through sanctions and export controls.”

Last month, US A transport provider airway was sanctioned for its involvement in The shipment of The Iranian drones to Russia. This is what it looks like drones They played an important role in The conflict in Ukraine since Russia The invasion was launched in Late February They are capable of circling for some time in An area that has been identified as a potential target and You can only strike once an enemy asset has been identified.

Russia A series of products has been launched of Drone attacks in Ukraine in recent weeks, striking vital civilian infrastructure and Sowing terror in Ukrainian cities far away from the frontlines of The war.

While Iranian For months, officials denied that supplying was possible Russia Any weapons that can be used in Ukraine, Iran’s government acknowledged this month sending a limited number of drones to Russia in The months prior to the start of Its invasion of Ukraine.

“Some western countries have accused Iran of helping the war in Ukraine by providing drones and missiles to Russia. The part regarding missiles is completely wrong. The part about drones is correct, we did provide a limited number of drones to Russia in the months before the start of the war in Ukraine,” Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amirabdollahian told reporters in Tehran.

Officials from a western country that closely monitors Iran’s weapons program also told The Sunday Review earlier this month that Iran is preparing to Send more attack dronesAlong with surface-to-surface long-range ballistic missiles to Russia to Use in Its war effort.