Iran has promised to provide Ukraine with access to materials of investigation. It took place during the last round of talks on circumstances of the downing of the UIA plane near Tehran as Deputy Prosecutor General of Ukraine Hyunduz Mamedov reported on Twitter.
“The relatives of PS752 victims ask the end of the talks. We have not received the official confirmation of the beginning of the legal process. However, Iran promised to provide the investigation with the access to the materials of the case in Teheran, as well as data on qualification of the crime and penalties,” Mamedov reported.
In May, the Supreme Court of Ontario (Canada) recognized the crash of flight PS 752 of Ukraine International Airlines in Iran as a terrorist act. Given all the probabilities, the Iranian attack was deliberate, according to a court ruling.
On January 8, the 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, which left no survivors.
On the morning of Saturday, January 11, the General Staff of the Iranian Armed Forces announced that a missile launched by the Islamic Revolutionary Guards military center hit the Ukrainian Boeing 737 plane.
The results of the decryption of information from the aircraft's flight recorders carried out in France confirmed that the disaster was the result of a missile attack.
On February 20, the Iranian Military Prosecutor's Office announced the completion of the investigation into the downing of Ukraine International Airlines plane.