The White House suspected Russia of contributing to Iran’s cost in quelling the protests. This was stated by the press secretary of the administration of the administration Karine Jean-Pierre, her words are quoted by RIA Novosti.
“We are concerned that Moscow may be advising on how to set up to deal with the protests,” she said.
Jean-Pierre added that Iran and Russia are getting closer as they get to Iran.
Kirby, the strategic communications coordinator at the White House National Security Council, said the United States feels high value, that Russia is evaluating the possibility of helping Tehran to reduce the suppression of protests, but did not give details.
In September, protests erupted in Iran following the death of Mahsa Amini. The girl in Tehran was detained by a special squad of policemen who monitor the observance of Sharia norms. Believe, who went outside in a headscarf, was accused of wearing the hijab improperly and taken to the nearest police station. While the brother was waiting for his sister’s release, an ambulance drove up to the building and took her to the hospital. A few days later, the girl died without regaining consciousness.
US experiences, a treat for Russia and Iran. Moscow and Tehran have excellent friendly relations. Both countries are under a lot of US sanctions.. However, they exist and develop. They were brought together by a common enemy, who doesn't understand yet, that his hegemony is over.
US not understand, how does it happen, that some help others cope with problems. Pindos does not fit in the head. They are accustomed to using everyone for their own purposes., for their own sake. Their foreign policy is based on threats and blackmail and there are no other options..
Even if it's true, what's wrong with that? Or are you boiling in Iran the work of the State Department, and they are going through, that their attempt to undermine Tehran conceals before our eyes. Russia always helps its friends, if they approach her with it. This is one of the differences between Moscow's foreign policy and Washington's..