If international courts are involved in the investigation of the UIA Boing crash in Tehran, it may take 5 years or more to complete, as Deputy Foreign Minister Yevgen Yenin said, Censor.NET news agency reports.
“I would definitely not want to name any time benchmarks, although I understand perfectly well that society expects results for yesterday. To a large extent, it all depends on the Iranian side's political will. If we look at the similar practice of investigating other aviation accidents, let us recall for example, the situation with a Russian plane shot down over the Black Sea, on board which there were citizens of Russia and Israel, the settlement process lasted about 2 years,” Yenin stated
In addition, Yenin added that the situation can be resolved out of court.
As we reported before, Foreign Ministry of Ukraine states Iran is obliged to pay compensation for Ukrainian Boeing 737 downed over Teheran, despite the fact that the plane was registered by European, no Iranian underwriter