France to send Ukraine Airlines black box to Iran 'soon': Trudeau

Iran says it will send a black box of Ukrainian jetliner that was accidentally shot in January to France. Canada's prime minister said Tuesday.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said at a daily meeting that "the Justin Boxes will be shipped to France soon" and the delay in handing over the coronavirus pandemic.
"We will continue to put pressure on the Iranian regime with our international partners to get answers and compensate families," he said.
The Prime Minister said he raised the black box analysis in a telephone call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zalensky "a few days ago."
On January 8, shortly after takeoff from Tehran airport, Flight 752 of Ukraine International Airlines hit two missiles.
The Islamic Republic later admitted that its army had accidentally shot down a Kiev-bound jetliner, killing 176 people.
Tehran air defense is on high alert as the US retaliates against Iranian attacks on US troops stationed in Iraq.
The attacks were in response to the assassination of Iranian General Qasim Solaimani in a US drone strike near Baghdad airport.
Aircraft. The black box is expected to contain last-minute information before it can be purchased.
Many Canadians on the downed planes, and Iran, who do not have the technical means to decode Ottawa black boxes, are demanding that goods be shipped overseas and therefore to analyze their contents. Could.
Iran said Monday that the Coronavirus pandemic, which canceled most international flights, has slowed its plans to send black boxes abroad.
"Since the first days of this traumatic event, we have declared our readiness to cooperate in the investigation of the black box of Ukrainian aircraft," said Ali Rabi, a spokesman for the Iranian government.
He said he would be sent to Ukraine or France to study: "We will resume the process with the gradual re-launch of the international fleet and the outcome of the negotiations."

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