Russia Launches Satellite to Spy on Ukraine

by Olha Povaliaieva
Friday, August 5, 2022
Russia Launches Satellite to Spy on Ukraine

Officially, the satellite was ordered by Iran. And in fact, Russia will use it for military spying on Ukrainian Armed Forces

The Washington Post, citing sources in the intelligence services, reports the launch of a Russian spy satellite into orbit. By order of Iran, Russia manufactured the Zuljan satellite: the launch of the carrier rocket was broadcast on Iranian television. Officially, the satellite was made to enhance Iran's ability to spy on military targets in the Middle East. However, before handing over the reins to Tehran, Russia plans to testify the satellite over Ukraine.

We remind you that earlier Russia planned to buy military drones from Syria, but Israel destroyed the manufacturing plant and warehouse with finished drones.

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