[Ottawa]Canada, Sweden, Ukraine and the United Kingdom have said they have filed a notice of damages against Iran over the shooting down of Ukraine International Airlines Flight 752 by Iran.
Foreign ministers of the four countries, who lost their people and residents after a jet airliner was shot down shortly after taking off from Tehran in January 2020, said in today’s statement that Iran’s “actions and omissions are a violation of international law.” Tehran.
A follow-up statement states that Afghanistan, the fifth member of the International Coordination and Response Group for the Family of Victims of Flight 752, will continue to be a “major partner”, but to deal with a series of negotiations. He states he will not participate in future negotiations. Attack on Kabul.
Four other ministers have argued that Iran must fulfill its legal liability for full compensation and are asking Iran to set a date to begin discussions on this issue.
Their demands include approval of fraud, a complete description of what led to the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps launching two missiles on the plane, a public apology, a guarantee that it will never happen, transparent charges and victims. Includes compensation for damage suffered by. family.
Canada, which lost 55 civilians and 30 permanent residents out of 176 people who died in the crash, blames Iran’s “human error” for launching two missiles on an airplane by the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps. Rejected final report by civil aviation authorities.