The EU is taking and will continue to take measures against Iran's supply of any types of weapons to Russia for waging an illegal war against Ukraine. This was stated by the representative of the EU foreign policy service, Peter Stano, at a briefing in Brussels on Monday.
"Whatever military equipment is supplied to Russia is unacceptable, and there will be consequences if member states have enough evidence that this is going on," Stano said, answering a question about the potential consequences for Iran in case of supplying Russia with small- and medium-range missiles. range
"This applies to both the drones and the trainers. I can refer again to the G7 statement that specifically refers to the trainers and Iranian drones. But all other arms deliveries that are used in this illegal aggression ... will be considered support for this illegal aggression and there will be the necessary consequences", Stano added.
It was unofficially reported that the US is preparing additional sanctions against Iran due to the sale of missiles to Russia.