Canadian intelligence agencies have audio recordings of Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammed Jawad Zarif’s conversation about possible reasons for the UIA plane downing near Tehran in January last year.
According to Ukrinform correspondent writes about it Cbc news.
The report states, “Canada’s government and security services are analyzing an audio recording in which a man, identified by sources as Iran’s foreign minister, speaks about the PS752 flight collapse, a deliberate Work was. “
According to one whose voice resembles Zarif’s, one of the possible explanations for the plane down could be a deliberate attack with two or three missiles.
This person also claims that Iran’s political and military leadership can never reveal the absolute truth about the disaster. He said, “There are reasons that never came up.” You will not tell us or anyone else because it will open some doors for the defense systems of countries about which public discussion will not be in the national interest, ”the audio recording reads.
The Canadian government and Canadian intelligence agencies obtained this audio recording in November, according to a special representative of the Canadian Prime Minister’s disaster, Ralph Goodley.
“We conduct with all seriousness and seriousness about all evidence and all possible evidence,” said Goodley.
On Wednesday, January 8, 2020, at 6:00 am Tehran time (4:30 pm Kiev time), a Boeing-737 aircraft operated by Ukraine International Airlines, which operated PS752 from Tehran to Kiev, crashed when it stopped. Was. From Tehran Airport.
The aircraft carried 176 people: 167 passengers and 9 crew members. All finished. There were 11 Ukrainians – two passengers and nine crew members, 82 Iranians, 63 Canadians, 10 Swedes, 4 Afghans, 3 Germans and 3 British.
It was alleged that the accident was caused by a technical problem on the aircraft. However, Iran has said that it accidentally shot down the Ukrainian passenger plane. The plane reportedly flew from the airport and reached the IRGC secret military base and believed to be a hostile object.
Iranian President Hassan Rohani has apologized for the shooting of the Ukrainian passenger plane by the Iranian military and expressed condolences to the families of the dead. He called the plane a “terrible mistake”.
In early April, Iranian deputy Hassan Noroji said that the shooting of the UIA plane had gone “right” and that none of the people involved had been arrested.
At the same time, Iranian authorities have denied the MP’s testimony and initiated criminal proceedings against him for “disseminating misinformation” and “raising public awareness”.
The international team assisting for the victims of the downed UIA aircraft insisted that flight recorders should be handed over to France, with the technical skills necessary to understand them.
An Iranian official of the International Civil Aviation Organization agreed in March to hand over the black box to France or Ukraine for analysis, but did not do so.
So far six people have been arrested in Iran in the case of a dropped UIA aircraft.
Ukraine’s President, Volodymyr Zalensky, said on 21 June that Ukraine would be forced to take Iran to international courts if the country’s authorities fail to fulfill their obligations in relation to the UIA aircraft that shot down near Tehran Went.
On 18 July, Iran sent flight recorders of the Uri Ukrainian UIA passenger plane to Paris.
Negotiations on compensation for the collapse of the UIA aircraft by Iran took place on 30 July with the participation of the Iranian delegation in Kiev.
The second round of talks with the Iranian side took place from 19–20 October.
On December 29, 2020, President Volodymyr Selensky honored the crew of Flight PS752 with the award of “Golden Star” with the title “Heroes of Ukraine”.