Manouchehr Moradi, Ambassador of the Islamic Republic of Iran in Kiev today (Tuesday) wrote in a tweet:
The Embassy of the Islamic Republic of Iran in Ukraine has resumed its activities in Kiev on April 7.
The embassy never stopped operating in the post-war days, either inside Ukraine or with a temporary establishment in Moldova, and now our colleagues at the embassy in Kiev are ready to serve our dear compatriots.
The Ambassador of the Islamic Republic of Iran to Ukraine, Manouchehr Moradi, tweeted on April 16, referring to a telephone conversation between the Foreign Ministers of the Islamic Republic of Iran and Ukraine on Wednesday, April 15:
Hossein Amir-Abdollahian and "Dimitro Kulba" had a telephone conversation and in this telephone conversation, our Foreign Minister, while reiterating his opposition to any war and bloodshed, announced the presence of the Ambassador of the Islamic Republic of Iran and the resumption of the embassy in Kiev. He called for the full security of Iranian diplomats.
He also added:
Our Foreign Minister also called Iran's readiness to send a medical, humanitarian and humanitarian team to Ukraine a sign and the Guardian newspaper's news that Iranian weapons were being sent to Russia was fabricated and unrealistic.