Armenia Wants Iranian Drones, Says Top Iranian Military Official
The Middle East Monitor, citing a top Iranian military official, reports that Armenia is one of the twenty-two countries that have submitted official requests to purchase Iranian-made military drones.
The news site says Major General Yahia Rahim Safavi, a former Commander of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps and a top military aide to Iran's Supreme Leader, announced the news yesterday.
"The current candidate countries to buy Iranian drones are Armenia, Tajikistan, Serbia, Algeria, Venezuela and other countries," Safavi said.
Many world leaders have criticized Iran for supplying Shahed-136 drones to Russia for its war in Ukraine.
Iran has denied supplying the drones to Russia, while the Kremlin, on Tuesday, denied its forces had used Iranian drones to attack Ukraine.