The latest events in Iran are demonstrating the consequences of their leadership's policy, in particular, Tehran's support for Moscow in its aggression by providing Russia with weapons, Yuriy Ihnat, a spokesman for the Ukrainian Air Force Command, said on the air of the telethon, RBC-Ukraine reports.
"What is happening in Iran can only be called the consequences of their policy. Perhaps they will direct their support to terrorist countries differently and not help Russia commit its crimes," he said.
He recalled that Russia wants Iran to supply the weapons that the Russians have in short supply, namely ballistic missiles and attack drones (such as Shahed and others). In return, Tehran wants airplanes from Moscow.
"Iran has certain enemies in the region, so let's hope that this country will change its political vector to a more civilized one," Ihnat said.
A series of powerful explosions took place in Iran on Sunday night. Military warehouses, air bases and munitions factories were attacked, and explosions were heard in Tehran.