The U.S.-led military alliance has been shipping arms to Ukraine in stages, depending on which side has the upper hand in the conflict.
The Ukraine war is one of the most important challenges in the world of politics, especially between Russia and the West.
When on February 24, 2022 Russian troops began their operation against Ukraine, nobody expected the U.S. arms industry to be the only winner of this conflict which still goes on and it does not seem to end very soon because of profits that arms sellers earn in this war.
Iran’s foreign ministry spokesman says none of the parties that have accused Iran of involvement in the war in Ukraine has offered any evidence to support their claim, amid accusations that Iranian drones were used by Russia.
Since the war on Ukraine on February 24, Western governments have been shipping large quantities of weapons to the country, making the arms supply an extremely lucrative trade for dealers.
In parts of his remarks on the first day of Norouz (the Persian New Year), Leader of the Islamic Revolution pointed to examples of racism in the Ukraine war, saying, “In the issue of Ukraine all noticed Western racism.”
The war in Ukraine has created a new delicate moment in international relations, putting to test alliances and relations between countries around the world including in the West Asian region.