|Author (Person)||Bowen, Andrew S., Humud, Carla E., Thomas, Clayton|
|Author (Corporate)||United States: Library of Congress: Congressional Research Service (CRS)|
|Publisher||USA Congress: Library of Congress|
|Series Title||CRS In Focus|
Since August 2022, according to the Biden Administration, Iran has transferred armed unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs, or drones) to Russia, which has used them against a range of targets in Ukraine. U.S. officials express concern that Russia may seek to procure missiles from Iran. These transfers (and potential transfers of ballistic missiles) have implications for the trajectory of the conflict in Ukraine as well as for U.S. efforts to support Ukraine’s defense against Russia’s invasion. Other policy considerations for the Administration and for Congress include sanctions on entities involved in the arms transfers and potential action at the United Nations (U.N.).
This In Focus was first published in November 2022. The latest update was published in November 2022. All updates can be checked on the Primary Source link provided below.
|Subject Categories||Politics and International Relations, Security and Defence|
|Subject Tags||Wars | Conflicts, Weapons|
|Keywords||War in Ukraine (2022-)
|Countries / Regions||Iran, Russia, Ukraine|