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PS752 crash: Ukraine’s MFA once again reminds Iran of its responsibilities

Source : 112 Ukraine

One of the main requirements is to ensure an objective technical investigation into the circumstances of the tragedy and to prosecute the entire chain of officials and servicemen responsible for it
08:06, 5 January 2021

PS 752 plane crash in Tehran
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Ukrainian Foreign Ministry has announced the main goals that the Ukrainian side is going to achieve together with the Canadian relatives of those killed in the crash of a Boeing 737 in Iran. The statement was posted by Deputy Foreign Minister Yevhen Yenin on Facebook.

In particular, the injured party will use all international platforms and the media to remind Iran of its responsibilities:

to ensure an unbiased and impartial technical investigation into the circumstances of the disaster; to prosecute the entire chain of officials and servicemen involved in the accident, regardless of their status; to provide guarantees that such incidents will not recur in the future; to provide a decent level of monetary compensation to the relatives of the victims, regardless of their nationality.

Related: Canada releases report on Ukraine's flight PS752 crash in Iran

As we reported earlier, on January 8, Boeing 737 of Ukraine's International Airlines (PS 752 flight) with 176 passengers aboard crashed in Tehran, not far from Imam Khomeini airport.

11 citizens of Ukraine died in the crash. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky reported that the passenger plane crash in the Iranian capital had left no survivors.

Initially, Iran denied that any claims of the plane being shot down by a missile made no sense. Later, the government and the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps recognized that the aircraft was downed by a missile, as the country's anti-aircraft defense systems were on high alert.

Related: PS752 crash: Iran to pay €150,000 to victims’ families

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