In the last two decades, Russia and Iran have grown closer in matters of economic and military cooperation.
These relations have only strengthened in the aftermath of the launch of Russia’s controversial special military operation in Ukraine. With Russian President Vladimir Putin making a visit to Iranian capital of Tehran earlier this week, this relationship has only strengthened.
According to a report by Press TV, Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei used Putin’s visit to Iran to attack the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO). He described the United States-led military alliance as “dangerous.”
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Khamenei believes that NATO’s desire to expand its influence has no bounds. The Iranian religious leader stressed that NATO’s ambitions had to be halted in Ukraine or a much broader war would