Iran was sent to France flight recorder from the downed in January 2020 Ukrainian Boeing 737. Reported by the Associated Press.
The Agency, citing military Prosecutor of Tehran, Gholam Abbas Torquay writes that the flight data recorder was severely damaged. According to the Prosecutor, to decrypt requires sophisticated technical equipment. It is noted that Iranian experts are unable to obtain it due to us sanctions.
AP writes that the French Bureau of inquiry and analysis for civil aviation security set a date when to start technical work on decoding: it will happen July 20.
Earlier the Prosecutor’s office of Iran revealed the reasons for the destruction of the Ukrainian Boeing 737. The crash occurred as a result of human error rather than ordered by the highest military authorities of the country. Thus, the operator of anti-missile system had information released cruise missiles. However, he was not able to correctly determine where North is, so suspicion fell on the soaring plane.
May 31, Iranian authorities have refused to send the black boxes to the Ukrainian Boeing 737 was shot down in January in Tehran to Ukraine. The reason for this step is called the delay of Kiev with the response to Tehran about the fate of the flight recorders. Then it was assumed that the black boxes will be sent to France.
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