In Syria, Russian operators of Iranian-made UAVs are being trained – details from GUR

In Syria, Russian operators of Iranian-made UAVs are being trained – details from GUR


In Syria at the Shayrat airfield the preparation of Russian drone operators for the war against Ukraine continues. We are talking about training in the control of the “Shahed-136” and “Ababil-3” UAVs.

Scientists conduct “Lebanese Hezbollah Police” and “Iranian Revolutionary Guard”. This is reported by the Main Intelligence Directorate of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine.

“In Syria, Russian operators of Iranian-made UAVs are being trained. Training for Muscovites is being conducted by the Lebanese Hezbollah Police and the Iranian Revolutionary Guards on the territory of the Syrian Shayrat military airfield,” the message says.

The Lebanese-Iranian-Russian training course provides for mastering the skills of working with Shahed-136 and Ababil-3 drones, as well as with the remotely controlled Raad aircraft. These training events are led by military commander Kamal Abu Sadyk from Hezbollah, who has expert knowledge in the field of production and maintenance of unmanned aerial vehicles.

Mercenaries from Syria also take part in the exercisewhich the Russian side plans to use as drone operators in military operations against Ukraine.


GUR: in Syria under the leadership

It is worth noting that the Air Defense Forces on the night of February 11 to 12 again repelled the attack of kamikaze drones of the Shahed-131/136 type. In the sky over a number of regions, defenders destroyed 14 out of 17 enemy UAVs.

As reported by OBOZ.UA, President Volodymyr Zelenskyi in his evening address noted that since the beginning of 2024, the air defense forces have already destroyed 359 Shahed drones. In addition, 40 of them are on the night of February 10 to 11.

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