Iranian Civil Aviation Authority: Rejects U.S. Participation in Ukrainian Aircraft Investigation
Iran's semi-official media Mehr News Agency reported that Ali Abedzadeh, director of the Iranian Civil Aviation Authority, said that the black box would not be handed over to Boeing, but would be analyzed in Iran where the accident occurred survey. This approach is in line with International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) regulations.
"We will not give the black box to Boeing or any American manufacturer."
Search and rescue personnel sorted out the victims' relics at the crash site. From: Reuters at 5 am local time on the 8th, a Ukrainian Airlines Boeing 737 crashed shortly after taking off from Khomeini International Airport in Tehran. All 176 people on board Died.
On the same day, search and rescue personnel have completed the search of the remains and found two black boxes on board.
The cause of the plane crash is still under investigation. Iranian and Ukrainian authorities initially believed that the engine crash caused the crash. But the Ukrainian embassy in Iran withdrew its statement shortly, saying that all information would be provided by the official commission of inquiry.
After the incident, Ukrainian President Zelensky ordered a thorough investigation of the crash, and Ukraine International Airlines also said it would suspend flights to Tehran.
The American Boeing Company sent greetings to the victims and their families on social media, saying that they are in contact with Ukraine Airlines and are willing to help. Before the stock market opened that day, Boeing's stock price fell 2%.
Abezade said Ukraine will participate in the crash investigation process. However, he did not comment in detail on the incident, only revealing that the pilot of the crashed plane had not communicated any problems to the air traffic control department, "it is too early to say the cause of the crash". (Guo Han, Observer Network)