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Tuesday, 14 January 2020

Ukraine plane crash: Five countries that came together said - will take legal action against Iran

Ukraine plane crash Five countries that came together said - will take legal action against Iran

Five countries whose citizens have been killed in Ukraine's plane crash will take legal action against Iran. The Foreign Minister of Ukraine Vadim Pristyko has given this information. Last week, Iran accidentally killed a Ukrainian plane in a missile attack. It killed 176 people on board.

Pristyko said that the countries affected by the plane crash are also discussing damages and investigation into the incident. He said that Iran's excuse that the plane was heading towards a sensitive military base is nonsense. He said that Tehran has agreed to hand over the black box of the aircraft to Ukraine for investigation.

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Pristyko said that we have formed a group of foreign ministers of the bereaved countries. He said that on 16 January we will meet in London to discuss legal action. It also includes prosecuting Iran. Significantly, civilians of Iran, Canada, Ukraine, Sweden, Afghanistan, and Britain were killed in the accident.

Here Iran police and security forces opened fire and fired tear gas shells to disperse the protesters who were protesting against the downing of the Ukraine plane. The alleged videos related to the incident surfaced on Monday.

Hadi Zayim, executive director of the Center for Human Rights in Iran, New York, said those who lost their loved ones in a plane crash should mourn them safely and allow those who demand retaliation to protest peacefully. The people of Iran did not have to put their lives at stake to exercise their constitutional rights to gather peacefully.

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