DUBAI, June 27 (Reuters) – Iran has drones with a range of 7,000 km (4,375 miles), Iranian state media cited the Supreme Commander of the Revolutionary Guard as said on Sunday. Developments that Washington may see as a threat to regional stability
Tehran’s confirmation comes as Iran and six major powers are in talks to restore the 2015 nuclear deal that former US President Donald Trump left three years ago and impose sanctions.
Western military analysts said Iran sometimes exceeds its capabilities. But drones are a key component of Tehran’s border surveillance. especially the waters of the Gulf of Thailand around the Strait of Hormuz. which has one-fifth of the world’s oil supply.
Iran and its backing regional forces increasingly rely on drones in Yemen, Syria and Iraq. in the past few years
“We have unmanned aerial vehicles (drones) with a range of up to 7,000 kilometers, they can fly home and land anywhere as planned,” military chief Hossein Salami was quoted as saying by state news agency IA. RNA
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Written by Parisa Hafezi; Edited by Alexander Smith
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