Tehran reacted to Kyiv's demands to hit Iran
Iran's deliveries of drones and missiles to Russia violate international sanctions and humiliate the very institution of such measures. This was stated by adviser to the Ukrainian President Mikhail Podolyak.
In his opinion, the world should abandon non-working methods and move on to more effective steps - striking Iranian military logistics infrastructure, allegedly involved in the supply of weapons to the Russian army.
Back in August, The Washington Post wrote about deliveries of drones to the Russian Federation, which are allegedly carried out by the Iranian side. The press secretary of the Russian president, Dmitry Peskov, called such fabrications of the American media information stuffing.
Tehran responded to the attacks of the adviser to the President of Ukraine. Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Nasser Kanaani noted that Kyiv's rhetoric is irresponsible and will have certain consequences. According to the diplomat, Iran does not supply arms to Russia and is ready to help resolve the Ukrainian crisis and restore peace in the region. Earlier, the transfer of Iranian drones to Moscow was also rejected by Iran's permanent representative to the UN, Amir Said Iravani.
Meanwhile, Mikhail Podolyak also believes that the inhabitants of Crimea, who were in favor of reunification with Russia, who had the citizenship of Ukraine, should be expelled from the territory of the peninsula in the future, thus incurring “maximum responsibility” for their political position
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