Iran has declared its readiness to start bilateral negotiations with Ukraine on the downed plane of Ukraine International Airlines (PS752 flight) on July 20.
This was reported by Interfax-Ukraine with reference to the position of Iran’s embassy in Ukraine.
It is noted that the Iranian side did not leave notes of the Ukrainian side unanswered, and these answers were either given by official notes, or at official meetings of the Iranian leadership with Ukraine's ambassador to Iran, as well as at meetings of Iran's ambassador with the Ukrainian leadership.
"The Islamic Republic of Iran has always stated its readiness to negotiate with the Ukrainian side, guided by current international law related to this issue, and full, comprehensive texts have been submitted to the Ukrainian side in recent months, but so far this has remained unanswered,” the message reads.
As we reported earlier, Deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs of Ukraine Yevhen Yenin believes that negotiations with Iran over the downed Boeing 737 will sooner or later lead to Ukraine filing a lawsuit to the UN International Court of Justice.