Iran: cooperation with other countries in the crash will continue after the recording is made public

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 Iran: cooperation with other countries in the crash will continue after the recording is made public


Source: TASS

Overseas, Feb. 5 (Xinhua) - Ukrainian media released a recording of a conversation involving the crash of a Ukrainian airliner, which attracted widespread attention. Irans Civil Aviation Organization said the release of the audio violates relevant regulations, but Iran will still cooperate with other countries on the crash.

Irans Civil Aviation Organization said in a statement Thursday that Tehran will continue to cooperate with other countries to investigate the Ukrainian plane crash despite the leak of the recording of the dialogue between the Iranian pilot and the airport controller, Russias Tass News Agency reported Thursday.

ICAO will continue to investigate all aspects of the Ukrainian plane crash in accordance with national laws and international norms in cooperation with the countries concerned in this incident, the statement added, adding that the public release of the recording runs counter to the relevant norms for investigating the plane crash.

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On the 3rd local time, President ZELINSKY of Ukraine told the media that Ukraine has mastered an important recording of the crash and claimed that the dialogue can prove that Iran knew the plane was shot down by a missile at the beginning. Ukrainian media later released the Persian audio, which was a conversation between the pilot of Irans Aseman Airlines flight and the airport dispatcher. According to foreign media, the pilot said he saw the flash in the sky and thought it might be the flame of the missile, but this was not confirmed by the dispatcher.

On January 8, a Ukrainian international airline plane crashed shortly after taking off from Tehran, killing all 176 people on board. On January 11, the Iranian military issued a statement acknowledging that the plane had been shot down because of human error. Irans president, Mahmoud Rouhani, said it was an unforgivable mistake. (Zhang Ni, overseas website)