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Iran explained why it is not considering missile hit in Boeing-737

Source : 112 Ukraine

Iranian side says that causes of disaster will be known only after decoding black boxes
13:54, 10 January 2020

Reuters

Iran claims that the crash of the Ukrainian Boeing-737 aircraft is not connected with the possible hit of a rocket in it, as PressTV reports.

The head of the Iranian Aviation Organization Ali Abedzade said that it is impossible to comment on the cause of the crash of the aircraft until black boxes are decrypted. He stated that not a single missile hit the plane.

"However, we can confidently say that not a single missile hit this plane. The plane flew for more than 1.5 minutes while it burned, and the crash site indicates that the pilot decided to return," - Ali Abedzade noted.

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He added that due to damage to the black boxes, special software and hardware are needed to decrypt them. He also said that "no one will take responsibility" for the fact that a Ukrainian plane allegedly shot down a rocket.

As we reported, President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky said that the version of a missile hit in a Boeing 737 in Tehran has not been confirmed. In this regard, he requires evidence from the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom.

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