After the helicopter crash, Iran asked for help from the US

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After the helicopter crash, Iran asked for help from the US

Sanctions imposed on Iran will continue, spokesperson of the US Department of State: Photo: File

Washington: The US says that Iran sought help after the helicopter crash of President Ibrahim Raisi.

US State Department spokesman Matthew Miller expressed his condolences on the death of Iranian President Ibrahim Raisi in a media briefing on behalf of the US government and said that a new president will be elected in Iran. The Iranian people declare their support for the struggle for human rights and basic freedom.

The US Department of State has expressed official condolences on the death of Iranian President Ibrahim Raisi and said that a new president will be elected in Iran.

The spokesman said that after the helicopter crash of the Iranian president, Iran had sought help from the US, but refrained from giving details of the assistance, saying that the Iranian government was responsible for the decision to use a 45-year-old helicopter in bad weather. .

The US spokesman claimed that the Iranian government used its planes to support terrorism. Sanctions will continue on the Iranian government

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