Tehran will not leave the attack on Isfahan military facility unanswered. Mahmoud Abbaszadeh Meshkini, member of the Foreign Policy and National Security Committee of the Iranian Parliament, told RIA Novosti about this.
He also commented on the hint of the adviser to the President of Ukraine, Mykhailo Podoliak, about the participation of Kyiv in the attack. A Ukrainian official wrote on his Twitter that Ukraine “warned Iran about the explosive night.”
On December 24, Podoliak called to strike Iran's drone facilities. The Ukrainian side believes that Iran supplies Russia with Shahed-136 and Mohajer-6 drones.
Spokesman of the Iranian Foreign Ministry, Nasser Kanaani, noted that official Kyiv's calls to carry out attacks on Iran's military facilities will have political and legal consequences for the Ukrainian side.
At the same time, Tehran officially blamed Israel for the attacks and launching a military operation.
In an interview with CNN, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu refused to answer the question about the participation of the Jewish state in the attack on Iran on January 28.
“I never talk about specific actions... When there is an explosion in the Middle East, we are blamed or held accountable, sometimes it is, sometimes it is not,” Netanyahu said, also emphasizing that “Israel's is undertaking actions against the development of certain weapons in Iran.”