The events in Iran currently demonstrate the consequences of their leadership's policy
In particular, Tehran continues to support Moscow in its aggression by providing weaponry. This was stated by the spokesperson for the command of the Air Force, Yuri Ignat, in a TV marathon, reported by myukraineis with reference to RBK-Ukraine.
"What is happening in Iran can only be called the consequences of their policy. Perhaps they will redirect their support to terrorist countries and not help Russia commit its crimes," says Ignat.
In turn, he reminded that Russia wants to receive from the Iranians the weaponry that the Russians are in deficit of, specifically ballistic missiles and strike drones (such as Shahed and others).
Instead, Tehran wants planes from Moscow. "Iran has certain enemies in the region, so we hope that this country will change its political vector to a more civilized one," noted Ignat.