Iran reacted to statements about the transfer of drones to the Russian Federation and urged Ukraine to "be realistic"
Iran invited Ukraine to conduct a joint inspection of drones.
Iran continues to deny the transfer of Shahed 136 kamikaze drones to Russia. This state cynically stated that it was allegedly neutral and called on Ukraine to "be realistic."
This is discussed in an official statement on the website of the Iranian Foreign Ministry.
Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Nasser Kanaani said that allegedly "emotional statements and allegations will not help resolve the crisis in Ukraine." Kanaani recommended that Ukraine "be realistic" and said his country was allegedly neutral.
“Instead of projecting and making false accusations against the Islamic Republic of Iran, the authorities of this country should respond to the constructive proposals of our country to hold a bilateral technical and expert meeting in order to provide documentation regarding their requirements,” the message says.