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State Dept.: Iran Asked US for Help Following Raisi Crash

Monday, 20 May 2024 02:20 PM EDT

The State Department on Monday said Iran asked Washington for assistance after Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi's helicopter crashed in mountains near the Azerbaijan border, but ultimately the U.S. was unable to provide help largely for logistical reasons.

State Department spokesperson Matthew Miller, speaking to reporters, said Raisi's death does not change the fundamental U.S. stance toward Iran.

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The State Department on Monday said Iran asked Washington for assistance after Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi's helicopter crashed in mountains near the Azerbaijan border, but ultimately the U.S. was unable to provide help largely for logistical reasons.
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