Details: Cargo ships have transported over 300,000 artillery shells and 1 million rounds of ammunition from Iran to Russia in the past six months, according to officials and documents seen by The Wall Street Journal.
It carried 1,000 containers with 2,000 artillery shells, a previously unreported shipment.
Sky News previously reported some other shipments from Iran to Russia.
The vessel sailed back to Iran in late March and left for Russia once again, staying in docks for only a day.
US officials state that Iran mainly uses cargo planes to deliver weapons to Russia, making intervention almost impossible.
Iran initially provided Russia with hundreds of kamikaze drones and agreed to provide Russia with more than 300,000 artillery shells.
Several months ago, the United States and other allies of Ukraine stressed that Iran was ready to send ballistic missiles to Russia. »