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Iran unveils ‘longest-range’ drone at Iraq war anniversary parade

The Iran presented today, in a parade for the anniversary of the Iran-Iraq war in the 1980s, military equipment that included “the drone with the longest range in the world». In addition, according to Iranian state media, Iran presented and ballistic and hypersonic missiles.

According to these sources and what is transmitted by APE – BEE, the unmanned aircraft it was “revealed” during this parade, which was broadcast live, and the drones on display were named Muhajir, Shahid and Aras.

The Islamic Republic announced last month that it had developed an advanced drone called Muhajir-10 with increased range and longer flight durationas well as able to carry greater load.

He has business range of 2,000 kilometers and it can to fly continuously for up to 24 hoursstate media reported at the time, adding that it can carry a payload of 300 kilograms, twice that of the Muhajir-6 drone.

American officials haveto accuse Iran of supplying Russia with Muhajir-6 drones, among the drones it supplies for its war against Ukraine. Tehran denies this.

“Our forces guarantee security in the region and the Persian Gulf,” President Ebrahim Raisi said during today’s parade in Tehran. “We can teach people in the region that resistance is what is needed today. What forces the enemy to retreat is not submission and wavering, but resistance».

A video released last month by Iranian media showed the Muhajir-6, among other military equipment, with a text that read “prepare your shelters” in Persian and Hebrew – the latter a reference to Iran’s biggest regional foe, Israel.

The Iran-Iraq war broke out on September 22, 1980, when Iraqi President Saddam Hussein’s forces invaded Iran. The conflict, which was devastating to the economy and left at least half a million dead, stalled and ended in August 1988.

Source: News Beast

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