Zelensky and Trudeau agreed to put pressure on Iran to give “black boxes” of downed aircraft.
Ukraine will be forced to file lawsuits in international courts against Iran if the government of this country will not meet its obligations with respect to shot down near Tehran’s aircraft “Ukraine International airlines”. In an interview with the canadian newspaper The Globe and Mail said the President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky, reports the Chronicle.info with reference to 112.
The newspaper reminds that Zelensky and the Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau agreed to put pressure on Iran to give “black boxes” of downed aircraft.
Zelensky said that it expects to result in this matter with Iran, and it’s not just about “black boxes”.
“They not only do not return us the black boxes, there are other promises. They should formally apologize. They have to pay adequate compensation… They should do what he promised. Otherwise we will have no other choice — and they know our position, but to appeal to international courts”, — said the President.
He added that Iran has explained the delay in the transfer of the flight recorders pandemic coronavirus, but “this issue cannot wait forever”.
We will remind, in the night of 7 to 8 January in the capital, Tehran, Iran crashed passenger plane Boeing 737 belonging to the UIA.
On Board were 176 people, including 9 crew members. Among the victims were 11 Ukrainians, two were passengers. Most of the dead were from Iran and Canada.
On Saturday morning, January 11, the General staff of the Iranian Armed forces said that the Ukrainian aircraft Boeing 737 was struck by a rocket launched military center of the Islamic revolutionary guard.