The Ukrainian Foreign Ministry confirmed: “We have informed the Iranian Chargé d’Affaires in Ukraine that the use of Iranian weapons in our country is contrary to the position of neutrality,” stating that “we have decided to revoke the accreditation of the Iranian ambassador to Ukraine, and reduce the number of employees of the Iranian embassy in Kyiv.” .
Earlier in the day, Serhiy Nikiforov, spokesman for Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, criticized Iran for sending weapons to Russia, which coincided with a Russian Iranian drone strike on the city of Odessa in southern Ukraine, according to the French Press Agency (AFP). ).B).
In his statement via social media, he pointed out that “Iranian measures are incompatible with the sovereignty and territorial integrity of our country, and also contradict the life and health of the citizens of Ukraine.”
On September 14, The Wall Street Journal, citing the Ukrainian military, reported that “Russia has inflicted heavy damage on our forces using Iranian Kamikaze drones, and indicated that the Shahed-136 aircraft supplied by Iran to Russia have dealt devastating strikes . strikes in the Kharkiv region.
Yesterday, Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi, in a statement on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly, stressed that “we are ready to play a mediating role to end the war in Ukraine”, noting that “we have a number of military and economic agreements with Russia that are designed for years, and we will work to expand them.”
Source: El Nashra