Two Ukrainians die in cargo aircraft crash in Afghanistan: Ukraine’s Foreign Ministry
One more Ukrainian citizen has been hospitalized
Two Ukrainians died in the crash of a cargo aircraft in Afghan city Dwyer, one more citizen of Ukraine has been hospitalized, Foreign Ministry informed.
According to Ukraine’s Ambassy in Tajikistan, cargo aircraft AN-12 crashed in Dwyer airport on May 18, 2016. Preliminary data says, the aircraft belonged to Georgian company Anham in charter party of Azerbaijan company Silk Way.
The cabin crew consisted of 11 people (1 – citizen of Uzbekistan (captain), 3 – citizens of Ukraine, 7 – citizens of Azerbaijan). 9 people have been killed in the disaster 9 (2 Ukrainian citizens, 1 citizen of Uzbekistan and 6 citizens of Azerbaijan). One more citizen of Ukraine has been hospitalized in Kandahar city.
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