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Iran’s Shocking Move With Ballistic Missiles

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Iran has sent around 400 ballistic missiles to Russia, strengthening the Russia-Iran axis in the Middle East.

The weapons include short-range ballistic missiles reaching distances of 186 to 435 miles.

“There will be more shipments,” an Iranian official said. “There is no reason to hide it. We are allowed to export weapons to any country that we wish to.”

The U.N. restrictions on Iran’s weapon exports ended in October, but the U.S. maintains sanctions.

“These sanctions will exert pressure on Iran’s missile and UAV program in addition to constraining Iran’s conventional arms transfers and ongoing military relationships with countries like Venezuela and Russia, including Iran’s provision of UAVs that Moscow is using against civilian targets in Ukraine,” a senior State Department official said at the time.

Russia has historically supported Iran and Palestinian groups against Israel.

Recently, Russia invited various Palestinian factions, including Hamas, for talks in Moscow.

“We invited all Palestinian representatives – all political forces that have their positions in different countries, including Syria and Lebanon, other countries in the region,” Russian deputy foreign minister Mikhail Bogdanov said. “Therefore, the composition is approximately the same as it was at the previous two inter-Palestinian meetings. These are from 12 to 14 organizations.”

“These are, of course, mostly those that are part of the Palestine Liberation Organization, but there are also some structures that have not yet been included – these are Hamas and Islamic Jihad. Now we have invited them too,” he said.

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