Russian troops have drones left for only a few large-scale strikes.

This is stated in the report of the American Institute for the Study of War (ISW).

Analysts drew attention to the information of the Minister of Defense of Ukraine, Oleksiy Reznikov, who reported that as of January 7, 90 Iranian-made drones remained in service with the Russian troops.

"Russian forces only have enough drones for a few large-scale strikes unless they receive a new batch from Iran soon. Russian State Duma Chairman Vyacheslav Volodin met with Iranian President Ibrahim Raisi in Tehran on January 23 to expand bilateral cooperation, during talks, which may have included discussions about providing Russia with Iranian-made weapons systems," the ISW report said.

As reported, on the night of January 26, the Russian invaders attacked Ukraine with Shahed-136/131 kamikaze drones of Iranian production.

The enemy used 24 attack drones, all of which were destroyed by the Ukrainian defense forces.

Russia has been actively terrorizing Ukrainian cities since October, striking 

 critical infrastructure and residential buildings with Iranian

kamikaze drones .

CNN reported that 

Iran is beginning to transfer drone blueprints and components to Russia

 after the terrorist nations reached an agreement to begin production of attack drones.

In November 2022, information appeared that Moscow had secretly concluded an agreement with Tehran to start the production of Iranian 


 on the territory of Russia.

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