The nations whose residents were killed when Iran coincidentally destroyed a Ukrainian jetliner said Friday they need Iran “to deliver justice and make sure Iran makes full reparations to the families of the victims and affected countries.”
In a joint assertion denoting the one-year commemoration of the Ukraine International Airlines Flight 752 accident, Ukraine, Canada, Britain, Afghanistan and Sweden said they need Tehran “to give a total and exhaustive clarification of the occasions and choices that prompted this horrifying plane accident.”
Sweden prior had said that Iran had consented to repay the groups’ of the unfamiliar casualties.
The shootdown by the Iranian Revolutionary Guard happened the very night Iran dispatched a ballistic rocket assault focusing on U.S. troopers in Iraq, its reaction to the American robot strike that murdered Guard Gen. Qassem Soleimani in Baghdad on Jan. 3.
The plane was on the way to the Ukrainian capital of Kyiv.
The casualties included 57 Canadian residents just as 11 Ukrainians, 17 individuals from Sweden, four Afghans and four British residents.
Those from Sweden included both Swedish nationals and individuals with remaining licenses in the Scandinavian nation.
From the start, Iran had denied its inclusion in the plane accident yet then reported that its military had erroneously and unexpectedly destroyed the Ukrainian jetliner.
The assertion was endorsed by clergymen of Afghanistan, Canada, Sweden, Ukraine and United Kingdom.
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