World Iran will compensate the families of the victims of the downed Boeing

18:50  02 july  2020
18:50  02 july  2020 Source:   ouest-france.fr

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  Iran to send black boxes from downed Ukrainian airliner to France: Zarif Iran will send the black boxes from a downed Ukrainian airliner to France, Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said on Monday, according to the official IRNA news agency. © Reuters/Wana News Agency FILE PHOTO: Security officers and Red Crescent workers are seen at the site where the Ukraine International Airlines plane crashed after take-off from Iran's Imam Khomeini airport, on the outskirts of Tehran Iran shot down the Ukraine International Airlines flight on Jan.

Sweden has said that Iran has agreed to compensate the families of the foreign victims of a Ukrainian passenger plane that was shot down outside Tehran in January. The Boeing 737 aircraft was struck by two missiles and crashed shortly after taking off from Tehran's airport on January 8

Canada will provide each of the families with 25,000 Canadian dollars, about ,000, to cover the cost of funerals and travel. Canada expects the first remains of victims to arrive soon, Mr. Trudeau said. He also urged Iran to send the damaged cockpit voice and flight data recorders from the airliner

L’Iran va indemniser les familles des victimes du Boeing abattu © Pixabay Iran will compensate the families of the victims of the downed Boeing Iran has agreed to compensate the families of the victims of the Ukrainian Boeing downed in January , announces Sweden. But the amount of compensation is uncertain.

Tehran will go to the checkout. While Iran had downed by mistake on a Ukrainian Boeing last January, the country agreed to compensate the families of foreign victims, the Swedish Foreign Minister announced Thursday. Iran and the various countries concerned "have signed an agreement in principle" and "there is no doubt" that Tehran will pay, even if the exact amount has yet to be discussed, according to Minister Ann Linde's statements to the Swedish agency TT confirmed to AFP by her spokesperson. The 176 victims were mainly Iranian-Canadians, but also Afghans, British and Swedes as well as eleven Ukrainians.

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Canada, Ukraine and the U.S. have all demanded that Iran compensate the families of those killed in the disaster. Of this, .8 million was compensation to the families of the Iranian victims . He told Newsweek that it is premature to predict how much compensation Iran will have to pay related

In June, Iran had officially "requested technical assistance" from the French Bureau of Investigation and Analysis (BEA) to repair and download the data from the black boxes of the downed Ukrainian Boeing. The "Cockpit Voice Recorder" (CVR), which records the conversations between pilots and the noises in the plane, and the "Flight Data Recorder" (FDR), which records all the flight parameters (speed, altitude, engine speed , trajectory, etc.), must be conveyed to the BEA, near Paris, where "the works should start on July 20", had then affirmed on Twitter the French organization.

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This technical service is carried out as part of a "security investigation led by Iran", he specifies. The cause of the disaster is known: the Iranian armed forces admitted on January 11 that they had shot down "by mistake" three days earlier the plane which had just taken off from Tehran bound for Kiev.

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