Russia and Ukraine: Ukrainian President accuses Tehran of “lying” after announcing it provided Russia with drones

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A march believed to be Iranian in the atmosphere of the Ukrainian capital, Kyiv

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky accused Iran of “lying and cooperating with terrorism” for supporting Russia in its war against his country.

Zelensky said, in a message via the Telegram application, that Iran is lying even when it admits, and the 44-year-old president claimed that his country’s forces shoot down ten drones every day.

Iran had admitted supplying Russia with a “limited number” of drones, but it continued to deny allegations that these planes were used in the Ukraine war.

Iranian state media quoted Foreign Minister Hossein Amir Abdollahian as saying that although Tehran supplied Moscow with weapons a few months before the conflict, there is no evidence that they were used (in the war).

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