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JEDDAH: Israel’s intelligence chief warned on Friday that Iran is planning renewed attacks on Gulf countries and is trying to expand supplies of advanced weapons to Russia.

David Barnea, the head of the Mossad intelligence agency, also said that the Tehran regime was advancing its nuclear program at an unprecedented pace.

“We warn against Iran’s future intentions to deepen and expand the supply of advanced weapons to Russia, expand its uranium enrichment project and intensify its attacks on friendly Muslim countries in the region,” Barnia said. .

The spy chief described the Iranian regime as “brazen” and said: “While one hand sends Iranian diplomats to Vienna for talks, the other hand sends Iranian terrorists to kill innocent people around the world.”

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Now Saudi Arabia has blamed Iran for a major attack on oil infrastructure east of the kingdom in 2019, using the same armed drones deployed by Russian forces in Ukraine. The kingdom has also been hit repeatedly in recent years by drones, missiles and mortars launched by Iran-backed Houthi militias in Yemen. In January this year, the Houthis also attacked Abu Dhabi with drones.

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The US has expressed caution over a “full-scale defense partnership” between Tehran and Moscow, which invaded Ukraine last February. Tehran has admitted sending the drones to Russia, but insists they were supplied before the invasion.
Earlier this month, Washington described an extensive link between Iran and Russia involving equipment such as helicopters and fighter jets as well as drones, leading to new US sanctions.
Moscow’s UN ambassador Vassily Nebenzia told the Security Council that Russia’s military industrial complex “doesn’t need anyone’s help” and has repeatedly denied the drone allegations.
British Foreign Secretary James Wisely said the Tehran regime was making “lousy deals” with Moscow in a “desperate bid to survive” after more than three months of civil protests.
Iran-made drones supplied to Russia played a “central role” in attacks on civilian targets in Ukraine, Britain’s Foreign Office said.
Iran’s foreign ministry said it “does not seek permission from anyone” to expand ties with Russia. “Cooperation between Iran and Russia in various fields, including defense, is expanding within the framework of common interests … and not against any third country,” ministry spokesman Nasser Kanani said.

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