Russia’s Deadliest Drones Not Designed for Winter Cold, Ukraine Claims

Iranian drones sent to Russia’s military are not being used because of little functionality in colder temperatures, according to Ukrainian military officials.

Yevgeny Silkin, speaker of the Joint Forces Command for Strategic Communications of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, said Shaed-136 kamikaze drones are made of plastic and other non-frost-resistant materials, according to Ukrainian news outlet UNIAN.

Silkin said the drones can’t be used because the unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) don’t work in frigid temperatures. The Ukrainian Armed Forces have not identified Russian drone usage since November 17, and the speaker said that there are only training flights of Russian bombers refueling in mid-air.

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