Iran's supreme leader backs Russia's full-scale offensive against Ukraine


Supreme Iran's leader backs Russia's full-scale offensive against Ukraine

Iran's Supreme Leader backs Russia's full-scale offensive against Ukraine/AP

After meeting with Putin, Iran's supreme leader changed his mind about Russia's full-scale invasion of Ukraine. He said that if Putin had not started the war, the “nasty side” would have started it first.

The leader of the Islamic revolution in Iran, Seyyed Ali Hosseini Khamenei, said that Iran does not support the death of innocent people , but Putin seemed to have no other choice.

The leader of Iran repeats Putin's rhetoric

During a meeting with Putin, Sed Ali Hosseini Khamenei said that if he had not started the war, the “nasty side” would allegedly start it anyway.

War is actually a tough thing and the Islamic Republic of Iran is not happy about the loss of innocent lives. However, in your case, if you had not come up with an initiative, the nasty side would have started a war with their own initiative,” he told Putin.

Khamenei also said that the West does not want Russia to be strong and called NATO a dangerous organization.

If the road is open to NATO, it will not see any If you hadn’t opposed her in Ukraine, she herself would have started a war under the pretext of Crimea,” the Iranian leader said during a meeting with the dictator.

Earlier, they said in Iran that they don’t support either side

Earlier, the Iranian Foreign Minister said that he did not support any side of the “conflict”. Although, in fact, Russia's connection with Iran was obvious to everyone, since the country transferred its weapons to the aggressor country.

Why did Putin come to Iran

  • Sanctions and diplomatic isolation were given in signs, so Putin arrived and Iran in order to negotiate the purchase of Iranian drones.
  • Iranian authorities have said they will not sell drones to Russia, but Joe Biden's national security adviser Jake Sullivan said that the United States has data that Tehran is preparing to sell several hundred UAVs.

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