France has successfully deciphered the data of the black boxes of the UIA plane, which was shot down over Tehran back in January. This was reported by the French Bureau of Enquiry and Analysis for Civil Aviation Safety.
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Ukraine’s Deputy Foreign Minister Yevhen Yenin confirmed that all data of the two recorders (annual and parametric) were read and deciphered.
At the same time, Yenin noted that it was impossible to predict how long the technical investigation would last.
As we reported earlier, Ukraine believes that Iran's version of the cause of the PS752 crash is premature.
"I want to make it clear today that it is too early to say that the plane was shot down due to the human error, as the Iranian side claims. We have many questions and we need as many authoritative, impartial, objective answers about what happened as possible. As of now, Ukraine cannot agree that the plane was shot down due to the human error," Foreign Minister of Ukraine Dmytro Kuleba stated.
It was also noted that that the downing of a civilian plane was an illegal act, so Iran would be responsible for it in accordance with international law.