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Written by SOT.COM.AL 24 Shtator 2022
Kiev said it has decided to scale back Iran's diplomatic presence in Ukraine in protest over drone shipments to Russia.
"Supplying Russia with weapons to fight against Ukraine is an unfriendly act that deals a severe blow to relations between Ukraine and Iran," Ukraine's foreign ministry said in a statement on September 23.
"In response to such an unfriendly act, the Ukrainian side has decided to withdraw the accreditation of the ambassador of Iran and also to significantly reduce the number of diplomatic staff of the Iranian Embassy in Kyiv," the announcement continues.
Iran has in the past rejected accusations by the US and Ukraine that it is supplying drones to Russia.
On September 14, the Ukrainian military released images of an Iranian drone known as Shahed-136. Ukraine said it has for the first time encountered an Iranian suicide drone used by Russia on the battlefield.
In July, US intelligence warned that Iran was planning to send hundreds of drones to Russia for use in the war in Ukraine.
Iran initially denied the allegations, but the head of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps recently boasted that his country was arming major world powers.
In mid-September, Russian President Vladimir Putin visited Iran and met with his counterpart, Ebrahim Raisi. This was the second meeting with them in the last two months, after the Russian president visited Tehran on July 19./REL