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The Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau urged Iran to give the black boxes from the downed Boeing Ukrainian other country to have them transcribed as soon as possible. About it reports Reuters.
According to him, the boxes should be sent where there is the necessary technology for fast decryption. “We want the boxes analyzed immediately,” said Trudeau.
He explained that Tehran has no adequate technical capabilities for quick calculation of the data. According to the Prime Minister, even the arrival of qualified specialists to Iran will not help in deciphering — they will not have the right equipment.
18 Jan Iran recognized the impossibility of decoding of black boxes of the downed over Tehran Ukrainian aircraft and agreed to transfer them to Kyiv. The head of the Department of accident investigation civil aviation Organization of Iran Hassan Rezaeifar said that the flight data recorders will be sent to Ukraine, according to the wishes of the country. Kiev will try to decipher the black boxes with the assistance of experts from France, Canada and the United States, however, in case of failure, they will be sent to Paris.
Boeing 737-800 “Ukraine International airlines” (UIA) crashed on take off from Tehran airport early in the morning on 8 January. Killed 176 people, including 11 citizens of Ukraine. 11 January, Iran admitted it mistakenly shot down the plane.
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