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Iran will send the black boxes of Flight PS752, which it announced had accidentally shot it down this month to Ukraine, and all 176 people on board were killed, Tasnim news agency said.

On Friday, the press office of the Ukrainian Attorney General stated that he went again to Iran with a request to provide Ukrainian law enforcement officers with the cockpit records of the Boeing plane of the “Ukraine International Airlines”, which was shot down near Tehran.

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“On Friday, January 17, 2020, we again asked the relevant authorities in Iran to provide the Ukrainian side with cockpit recorders for the Boeing 737 Flight PS752, which is affiliated with the Ukrainian International Airlines Company, which was traveling from Tehran to Kiev,” the office said. .

Earlier, the head of the International Cooperation Section of the Ukrainian Public Prosecutor’s Office, announced that the Iranian side had not responded to requests by Ukrainian law enforcement agencies to obtain international legal assistance to investigate the crash of the Boeing 737-800 Flight PS752 passenger plane Ukrainian international, “which was shot down near Tehran.

A “Boeing 737” passenger plane of the “Ukrainian International Airlines” was shot down, at dawn on January 8, by an Iranian missile by mistake, after taking off minutes from Imam Khomeini International Airport in Tehran, and was heading to Kiev, killing 176 people from different nationalities.

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On January 11, the commander of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards, Brigadier Amir Ali Haji Zada, acknowledged the guards ’responsibility for the accidental plane crash, and confirmed that the incident occurred in an atmosphere of preparedness for an unprecedented war with the United States.

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Robert Frank
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Robert started his career as a freelance content writer. Now, He is the founder of widely-recognized PR Agency. Robert still writes news pieces on various publications.

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