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The Role of the Quds Force of Iran’ IRGC in Destabilizing in the Region Using UAV Revealed at the Iranian Resistance Conference

October 6, 2021, Washington DC—NCRI-US Conference to Unveil New Details of Iran Regime’s Destabilizing UAV Program.
October 6, 2021, Washington DC—NCRI-US Conference to Unveil New Details of Iran Regime’s Destabilizing UAV Program.

Wednesday, October 6, 2021: The U.S. Representative Office of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI-US) held a press conference to unveil previously undisclosed aspects of the Iranian regime’s massive UAV program by the terrorist Quds Force.

NCRI-US disclosed the production sites and the program’s complete cycle, from production to deployment, and from training to procurement.

Organizational structure of the Quds Force in relation to UAVs
Organizational structure of the Quds Force in relation to UAVs

At the Iranian resistance conference, satellite imagery, graphs, charts, and other visual details presented.

The alarming new details on the program, operated by the Qods Force of the IRGC, have been gathered by the network of the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI) or Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK) inside Iran.

Quds Force uses various air, land, and sea pathways to send weapons and equipment, including UAV parts, to its proxies in the countries of the region
Quds Force uses various air, land, and sea pathways to send weapons and equipment, including UAV parts, to its proxies in the countries of the region

Quds Force uses various air, land, and sea pathways to send weapons and equipment, including UAV parts, to its proxies in the countries of the region.

Over the past two decades, the NCRI has exposed dozens of the most important sites and centers of Tehran’s nuclear weapons program, its ambitious missile program, and its terrorism network in the region.

For more information, read the following link:

https://www.ncr-iran.org/en/news/terrorism-a-fundamentalism/iran-the-role-of-drones-in-the-quds-forces-incitement-of-regional-war-and-terrorism/