UK says Russia has 'largely' used up its stock of Iran-made weapons
It's also likely that Russia has nearly exhausted its current stock of Iran-made weapons and will seek resupply, the ministry said in its daily intelligence update posted on Twitter.
The Russian attacks have been a combination of UAVs and traditional reusable armed systems, it added.
Latest Defence Intelligence update on the situation in Ukraine - 23 November 2022— Ministry of Defence 🇬🇧 (@DefenceHQ) November 23, 2022
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Ukraine has reported a spate of Russian attacks with Iranian-made Shahed-136 drones.
Iran's foreign minister acknowledged that his country supplied Russia with drones for the first time on November 5, insisting the transfer came before Moscow's invasion of Ukraine
Previously, Iranian officials had denied arming Russia in its war on Ukraine.