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Canadian experts join Boeing 737 crash investigation

Source : 112 Ukraine

They will participate in the decoding and analysis of black boxes
08:43, 16 January 2020

BBC News

Specialists from Canada visited the site of the UIA plane crash in Iran. The Canadian group includes two members of the Transport Safety Board, Voice of America reports.

Foreign Ministry of Canada said that Tehran had given the delegation entry visas, but they did not yet have access to the black boxes.

But at the same time, Canada has agreements with Iranians to participate in decryption and data analysis.

Related: PS752 tragedy: Iran agrees to decipher black boxes with Ukraine, Canada, Russia and France

Meanwhile, Ukraine requested Tehran to pass the flight recorders from the crashed Boeing 737.

As we reported earlier, Ukraine and Canada agreed on the priorities of the investigation of the PS752 crash in Teheran, as 112 Ukraine informed citing Ambassador of Ukraine to Canada Andriy Shevchenko.

“We have a few priorities now. The first one is the identification of bodies and delivering the remains to the families. Ukraine offered Canada that we can take the bodies from Teheran to Kyiv with further delivery to Canada. The second is the investigation; we should get the truth. The third is the compensation to the families and Ukrainian carrier UIA,” the ambassador said.

Related: Zelensky, Trudeau agree on further joint actions in investigating PS752

 

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