Vladimir Putin will meet with Iran's Ebrahim Raisi and Turkey's Recep Tayyip Erdogan while in Tehran and will discuss Syria.
The goal of the July 18-19 meeting in Iran is ostensibly part of the Astana process relating to Syria. Putin to also meet Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei.
"Iran will not back down from its rightful and logical stance...I advise the Americans to...see the facts and learn from their past mistakes," Raisi said, according to state TV.
What happens in 2025 when Raisi can order the building of a massive industrial size fleet of uranium enrichment centrifuges?
After enjoying his time in Turkey, Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro went to Tehran where met with President Ebrahim Raisi.
The northern city of Rasht, the central town of Farsan, and the northeastern city of Neyshabur, were among areas hit by protests, according to videos posted on social media.
China and Iran are in the midst of a 25-year agreement to enhance their ties, and President Raisi expressed a desire for closer cooperation.
"The Zionist regime (Israel), you should know that ... if you take the slightest move against our nation, our armed forces will target the heart of the Zionist regime," Raisi said.
Despite the Iranian regime’s ban of demonstrations against Putin, the group of Iranians declared “Death to Putin” in what might be an unprecedented move by anti-Putin Iranians.
Referring to Iran's active cooperation with the International Atomic Energy Agency, Putin stressed the importance of continuing consultations between the two sides on nuclear talks.