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Iran Could Transform the Ukraine War Into Missile Hell

Although the current conflict in Ukraine is primarily centered on the dominance of drone warfare, Russia’s potential procurement of missiles from Iran suggests a new phase in its campaign. According to Maj. Gen. Kyrylo Budanov, head of Ukraine’s defense intelligence directorate, Moscow could receive deliveries of Iranian-produced ballistic missiles by the end of the month. This news comes just one week after the Kremlin carried out a roughly 55-missile barrage targeting Ukraine’s critical infrastructure on October 31. Additionally, in mid-October, Russian Forces launched a deadly series of missile strikes targeting civilian areas in the heart of Kyiv. While the cheap, lethal …

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