On Friday, the United States imposed sanctions on Iran's drone program, days after Tehran announced the resumption of nuclear talks by the end of November. The Treasury Department in Washington said the Revolutionary Guards have used deadly drones to attack US forces and ships in the Gulf. Area.



According to the Ministry of Finance, the Iranian drones were delivered to Hezbollah, Hamas and the Houthis in Yemen, and they were also spotted in Ethiopia, where the government is fighting a war with the opposition in Tigray, apparently by militias loyal to it in Syria.




Sanctions were imposed on four people, including the commander of drone operations in the Revolutionary Guard, Major General Saeed Akagani, and two companies that supply components for aircraft production and help develop them. Oman coast in July this year, where two crew members were killed. The ship was operated by a company partially owned by Eyal Ofer.





Defense Minister Benny Gantz in recent months disclosed information about Iran's drone program, and also stated that Saeed Akajani was responsible, among other things, for the attack on the ship "Mercer Street" in the Gulf of Oman. (ICT) at Reichman University Speaking on the basis of the main training and education base at the Kashan base north of Isfahan, Gantz said at the time that the large-scale base was "the cornerstone of Iran's air-terror export system in the region."

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