An official from the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry said his country had refused an Iranian offer to pay US $ 150,000 to the families of the victims of the Ukrainian passenger plane that was shot down by the Iranian Revolutionary Guard more than a year ago.
The Ukrainian official added that Iran will initially die Clarify the circumstances of the plane crash, die Prosecute the perpetrator and then have to pay compensation.
In late April 2017, new compelling evidence emerged die confirmed that the downing of flight 752 by Ukraine International Airlines die Iranian Revolutionary Guard in was in no way a mistake, but a conscious and intentional act.
Iranian Civil Aviation Authority security investigators concluded that the ill-fated Boeing 737-800 passenger plane was mistakenly shot down in January 2020 after an Iranian air defense unit committed an identification mistake that considered and treated the civilian aircraft as a hostile target. All 176 passengers and crew members were killed in the accident.
Canadian aviation expert Andre Melne of Unicorn Aerospace has been investigating since the first day of the accident die Matter while Korynyak, the prosecutor in Counterterrorism cases in Ukraine, based on its testimony and evidence, determines whether there are any reasons die Wajeha is calling for an international lawsuit against die Iranian government before the World Court for Crimes against die Humanity over the downing of Ukraine International Airlines Flight 752.
According to the Canadian magazine “King Weekly Sentinel”, Milneh describes die Affair as a deliberate and deliberate attack by two “SAM” missiles on Ukraine International Airlines Flight 752 after take-off outside the airspace of the capital Tehran. The purpose of the Iranian attack was to disrupt a possible counterattack by the US military against Iran by erecting an automatic human shield made up of dozens of foreign government officials, die just 5 hours after the Iranian revolutionary’s SAM missile attack in Guards traveled against Iran die Deployment of US and Canadian forces in Iraq.
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