Iranian Foreign Minister: Iran doesn’t provide support and military assistance to any side in the Ukrainian crisis
The Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir Abdollahian reaffirmed that Iran doesn’t provide military assistance to any party in the war between them.
During his meeting in Tehran with Martin Griffiths, Deputy Secretary-General of the United Nations for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief Coordinator, Abdollahian explained the principled positions of the Islamic Republic of Iran regarding the crisis between Russia and Ukraine.
He said, “Iran doesn’t provide military assistance to any side in the crisis, doesn’t consider war a solution, and supports national sovereignty and territorial integrity of all countries, including Ukraine.
Russia and Iran both have denied, more than once, Western allegations and reports, announced by US media, about Tehran supplying Moscow with missiles and drones for use in Ukraine.
Iran has also confirmed, on more than one occasion, its willingness to mediate to resolve the crisis diplomatically.
Western countries, led by the United States and Britain, continue to provide massive financial and military assistance to Ukraine.