About 30 such specialists are currently being trained.
Russian occupiers in Sevastopol continue training operators of drones of Russian and Iranian production.
This is stated in the message on the page of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine in Facebook.
“In the city of Sevastopol, on the basis of one of the educational institutions, the training of operators of unmanned aerial vehicles of both Russian and Iranian production continues,” the General Staff noted.
It is noted that the training period for these specialists is up to three weeks.
“Currently, about 30 servicemen are being trained,” the report says.
UAV in service with the Russian army
In August, it became known that Iran had sold a batch of its kamikaze drones to Russia.
The use of Iranian drones by Russia has led to the death of dozens of people in Ukrainian cities, in particular, in Kyiv, as well as to the destruction of energy facilities.
In mid-October, reports surfaced that Russia had ordered more than 2,000 more drones from Iran.
On November 1, Ukrainian intelligence reported that in early November, Iran plans to send a batch of more than 200 Shahed-136, Mohajer-6 and Arash-2 combat drones to Russia.
On November 9, Yury Ignat, spokesman for the Air Force Command of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, announced that Russia had fired more than 400 Iranian kamikaze drones since their first use. Most of the drones have been eliminated.