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Five nations demand Iran hand over black boxes

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Christian Fernsby ▼ | February 16, 2020
The representatives of the nations that lost citizens when Iran shot down a civilian plane on January 8 over Tehran have called upon the Islamic Republic to hand over the black boxes for expert analysis.
Francois-Philippe Champagne
Air tragedy in Iran   Francois-Philippe Champagne
Victims of the crash included 82 Iranians, 63 Canadians, eleven Ukrainians, ten Swedes, four Afghans, three Germans, and three Britons. Canada, Ukraine, Germany, Britain and Afghanistan have a formed a group to pursue the thorough investigation of the incident

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After their second session yesterday the representatives of five nations insisted that the Islamic Republic was obliged to respond to many unanswered questions concerning the UIA's downed plane.

At the end of the "International Coordination and Response Group for victims of Flight PS752", Canadian Foreign Minister François-Philippe Champagne said yesterday, "On behalf of the grieving nations of this tragedy, we told Minister Zarif in no certain terms that Iran must take steps toward resolving many outstanding questions of fact and of law."