Iran may be supplying drones and potentially ballistic missiles to the Russian Federation, the Institute for the Study of War (ISW) wrote on its website, SİA informs.
The Ukrainian National Security and Defense Council Secretary, Oleksiy Danilov, threatened that Ukrainian forces would target any Iranian military presence on Ukrainian territory: "The confirmation and threat will likely not dissuade Iran from continuing to support Russia through the provision of high-precision weapons systems."
Danilov confirmed that Ukrainian forces killed the Iranian military advisors in a November 24 interview with the Guardian. US National Security Council Spokesperson John Kirby confirmed on October 20 that Iranian military personnel are in Russian-occupied Crimea.
The US analysts say that general Russian mobilization remains extremely unlikely: "A Russian opposition media outlet cited an unidentified source in the Russian presidential administration that the Kremlin abandoned the idea of general mobilization in late October and will instead pursue a second wave of mobilization. Wagner Group Financier and Head of the Chechen Republic Ramzan Kadyrov reportedly championed both martial law and general mobilization, though the majority of Kremlin representatives were opposed. Kremlin Press Secretary Dmitry Peskov declared on November 25 that an upcoming message from Russian President Vladimir Putin to the Russian Federal Assembly will not contain an announcement of mobilization. A Russian recruiting service claimed that recruiters struggle to employ men and noted that at least 300,000 job-seekers of working age have left Russia since the beginning of mobilization."
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