In an interview with CNN on Tuesday, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu declined to confirm or deny whether Israel targeted the complex. Told.
The Iranian letter, signed by Ambassador Amir Saeed Iravani, did not give details of the investigation or its findings, but said a Defense Ministry workshop complex was targeted by three “micro-aircraft”, of which He said two were intercepted.
Iran says drone strikes targeted military complex amid ongoing Shadow War
Farzin Nadimi, an Iranian analyst at the Washington Institute, believes the site likely held classified information related to Iran’s nuclear technology and nuclear weapons program.
These attacks aim to send a “message to Tehran’s regime” that Israel “has access to their critical sites and their air defense systems are not impenetrable”.Iran A research center related to the civil space program is across from the complex, which Nadimi said was “very active in supporting the military and the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps.”
The Israel Defense Forces declined to comment on the attack. Since the collapse of the 2015 nuclear deal between Tehran and world powers, Israel has carried out attacks on Iran’s nuclear program facilities and other sites as part of the ongoing Shadow War.Washington The campaign intensified after his 2018 withdrawal from the nuclear deal.
Iran’s letter called on the UN Security Council to take responsibility for condemning “Israel’s war-mongering rhetoric and acts of terrorism” and its use of force against “critical infrastructure and peaceful nuclear sites”. He also emphasized the right to protect national security and respond “whenever and wherever necessary.”
Shira Rubin and Miriam Berger of Jerusalem contributed to this report.