TEHRAN, Feb 2 (NNN-IRNA) – The parts and explosives used in a recent drone attack on a military plant, in the central Iranian province of Isfahan, were transferred into the country by “hostile” Kurdish groups based in the Iraqi Kurdistan region, semi-official Nour News agency reported, yesterday.
The groups transferred the parts of the micro air vehicles (MAVs) and the explosives used in Saturday night’s attack, through the north-western border, at the order of a foreign intelligence service, to a workshop in a border city, said Nour News, affiliated with Iran’s Supreme National Security Council, quoting unidentified sources.
In Aug, 2022, the Iranian Intelligence Ministry busted a “terrorist” group of “opposition Kurdish individuals,” which had been organised by Israel, to create an explosion in an industrial facility in Isfahan, according to Nour News.
Iran’s Defence Ministry, said that, a drone attack took place at about 11:30 p.m. local time (2000 GMT) last Saturday, in one of its military plants in Isfahan, causing no casualties and only minor damage to the roof of a workshop in the plant.
Iran has identified the manufacturer of one of the drones used in the attack, Nour News reported, without providing more details.– NNN-IRNA