In the French Bureau of inquiry and analysis for civil aviation safety (BEA), the Agency AFP confirmed that arrived in the country the flight data recorders of the aircraft, “Ukraine International airlines”, which crashed near Tehran on January 8.
The interviewee noted that the black boxes arrived in the country, and they will be delivered to BEA on Monday, July 20.
According to AFP, the recorders will study an international team of 20 professionals.
On the transfer of black boxes of France on 17 July said Iran’s Deputy foreign Minister for international and legal Affairs Mohsen Baharvand.
The foreign Ministry of Ukraine in early July, said that the decoding of the recorders will start July 20 and will take about five days.
Passenger plane Boeing 737-800 flight PS752 “Ukraine International airlines”, which was heading from Tehran to Kiev crashed on 8 January near the capital of Iran. On Board were 167 passengers and nine crew members. No one survived. Among the victims were 11 citizens of Ukraine. Most of the passengers were citizens of Iran and Canada.
The Iranian authorities, who claimed at first that the plane crashed due to technical malfunction, January 11 under pressure from Western leaders acknowledged that the PS752 flight was shot down by an Iranian missile by mistake.
In February, the Ukraine, Canada, Afghanistan, United Kingdom and Sweden have required Iran to transfer the black boxes of the downed Boeing. In Iran, explained the delay in further work with the recorders outbreak of coronavirus.
On 6 June in Tehran announced the completion of the investigation into the crash. According to Baharvand, you only have to decrypt the data flight recorders.
On June 20 President of Ukraine Vladimir Zelensky in an interview with canadian newspaper Globe and Mail admitted that against Iran will be sued in international courts if this country is not going to adhere to obligations in connection with the crash of the UIA. According to Zelensky, Ukraine is waiting for an official apology for the incident.