Two Iranian ships that once appeared to be headed to Venezuela are now in the Baltic Sea approaching the Russian city of St. Petersburg, according to MarineTraffic, a website that tracks ships.
Iran’s largest warship is now in the Baltic Sea – a first for the Iranian Navy – according to photos from ship spotters provided to USNI News.
In a message to the US Congress regarding Lebanon on July 20, President Joe Biden referred to Iran’s “continuing arms transfers to Hizballah”, as undermining Lebanese sovereignty.
Iran has launched one of its new stealthy catamaran “missile corvettes” according to open-source intelligence analyzed by expert H.I. Sutton, who runs the Cover Shores website. He noted that this took place as many have been distracted by monitoring the Iranian Makran warship which is sailing close to the UK this week.
Iranian Revolutionary Guards factions have transferred Iranian-made rockets from its warehouse in Athar al-Shibly in the vicinity of…
Iran’s expeditionary Quds Force commander brought one main directive for Iraqi militia faction leaders long beholden to Tehran, when he gathered with them in Baghdad last month: Maintain calm, until after nuclear talks between Iran and the United States.
The Islamic Revolution Guards Corps Ground Forces put its new state-of-the-art weapons and aircraft on display during a ceremony held on July 7.
As the Israel-Hamas ceasefire and discussions about the presidential elections in Iran began in late May, the IRGC unveiled several military weapons, including the Gaza Drone, the Quds Radar System, and the surface-to-air missile system called “December 30”, highlighting Iran’s priorities while the country is grappling with the Covid-19 pandemic.
Iran recently displayed an autonomous underwater vehicle on the deck of one of its mine warfare vessels at the commissioning ceremony for the ship. The worlds “Made in Iran” were written on the side of the vehicle.
If true, the new UAV could fly up to 3,500 km before returning to base, making it Iran’s longest-ranging drone so far.
The new aircraft was launched by Iraqi militias operating with the support of Iran. It is apparently an aircraft intended for export, and it can be assumed that, as in the case of Iraq, this kind of aircraft will find its way to Yemen, Syria and Lebanon