MORE INFORMATIONCanada and the US suggest that a missile iranian brought down the plane, Ukrainian major airlines cut their flights over Iraq and Iran and Iran responds to the united States with a missile attack two bases in Iraq
Iran denies conclusions that the plane Ukrainian ill-fated Wednesday after take off from the Tehran airport that killed total of 176 people have been hit by a rocket by error, as they suspect the united States and Canada, who lost 63 of its citizens. Ukraine, for its side, did not rule out any theory and the United Kingdom also supports the version of the missile, which has been reinforced by a video published by several us media outlets, such as The New York Times and The Washington Post, in which you see a flash that supposedly would be a missile that hits around the same time and in the same area against a plane.
Now the pulse international about this case focuses on the investigation of the facts and the attention, black boxes. The records of the voice information and data of the flight generated in the plane, have to the iranian authorities, who have declared that it will take several months to download the content. "We invite americans, canadians, French, Ukrainian and Swedish to see how we operate," said Friday the head of Civil Aviation of iran, Ali Abedzadeh, who also agrees that Boeing, the american company manufacturer of the plane involved in the operation. "We are honest in our procedure," he said.
Tehran made the offer while denying so categorically the possibility of a missile to reach the device. "One thing is for sure, this aircraft was not hit by a missile," he said about the accident, which occurred the same night that Iran attacked with missiles against two air bases in Iraq where they are deployed american troops, as revenge for the murder of a Washington-general iran's Qasem Soleimani.
"we Prefer to download the black boxes in Iran. But if we see that we can't do it because they are damaged, then we will seek help," he added Abedzadeh. France, which has the means and experience to retrieve information from black boxes, has been invited to participate as a manufacturer of aircraft engines and the u.s. agency responsible for the safety of transportation (NTSB) has announced that Washington will also work.
Canada has also accepted the invitation to iran to participate in the research, and about fifty experts, ukrainians are in Tehran from Thursday to analyze what happened. By his side, the secretary of the united States, Mike Pompeo, it has been headed this Friday to the president in Ukrainian, Volodímir Zelenski, to help in the investigation.
Meanwhile, the European Commission has requested an "investigation credible and independent" of the accident. "There is still no conclusive evidence of what caused the incident," said her spokesman, Stefan de Keersmaecker, who has advocated for a study of the rules of the Organization of International Civil Aviation and has shown the willingness of the European Union to help in the investigation. In the accident died 82 iranian, 63 canadians, 10 ukrainians, 10 swedes, four germans and three british citizens.Updated Date: 10 January 2020, 22:00