By examining the thriving relations between Iran and Russia in recent years, it is straightforward to conclude that the growing ties between Tehran and Moscow have reached their zenith.
According to observers, fiercely opposing US global hegemony and being subject to illegitimate western sanctions, Russia and Iran’s cordial cooperation is based on their shared views on international challenges.
Furthermore, with the election of Ebrahim Raisi, an astute and consummate politician, as Iran’s new president, relations between Iran and Russia were boosted considerably.
Today, wheat, various food items, technology, and the military industry are among the fastest growing aspects of Iran-Russia’s promising trade agreements. For example, in July, Iran was the largest purchaser of Russian wheat. 
Simultaneously, through bilateral aerospace cooperation, Tehran successfully launched its first homegrown satellite, Khayyam, from Kazakhstan’s Baikonur Cosmodrome.
In addition, the Iranian military has lately staged joint drone drills with Russian military personnel, purportedly as part of the lead-up to the delivery of the first consignment of Iranian combat drones to Russia.
For a better understanding of Iran-Russia relations, it should be mentioned that the history of the Islamic Republic of Iran and Russia’s blossoming ties goes back to March 12, 2001, signing in Moscow of the “Treaty on the basis for mutual relations and the principles of cooperation” 
The strategic alliance between Iran and Russia has far-reaching implications for the US-led Western block, given its broad scope, from agriculture to cutting-edge technologies and the military industry.
In this context, Vladimir Dzhabarov, a senior member of the upper chamber of the Russian parliament, expressed his optimism that Russian-Iranian military cooperation will gather momentum in the near future. 
Meanwhile, Andrey Kortunov, general director of the Russian International Affairs Council, believes that Putin’s visit to Tehran signals a radical shift in Russia’s foreign policy priorities. According to him, Tehran’s economic, military, political, and regional significance as a partner of Moscow had grown particularly salient. He added that Putin’s recent visit to Tehran is significant and conveys a powerful message. 
The growth of relations with Moscow and the emergence of a strategic alliance with the Russian Federation demonstrate the Iranian leadership’s thoughtful policy-making and wisdom in a bid to establish a new international order.
To summarise, Russia and Iran’s military, energy, and transportation ties and their expanded trade in agricultural and industrial goods are remarkable developments that bode a bright future for the world.