Ukraine’s Prime Minister Volodymyr Zalensky has asked Iran to punish those responsible for the accident in this case.
New Delhi| Iran confessed Saturday that Ukraine’s plane crashed three days before its missile attack. 176 people were on board the flight from Tehran to Ukraine in Kyiv. Now General Amir Ali Hajizadeh, Commander of the Revolutionary Guard of Iran, said that he takes full responsibility for the shootdown of the aircraft. He said, “After hearing the news of 176 people being killed, I felt that I too should die.”
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Ayatollah Khamenei, Iran’s Supreme Leader, expressed condolences over the accident. He ordered an inquiry into the case and asked the culprits to identify the culprits and lead them to justice.
Zalesky asked Iran to apologize
Ukraine’s Prime Minister Volodymyr Zalensky has asked Iran to punish those responsible for the accident in this case. He said that the families of those killed in the accident should also be compensated. In addition, he officially demanded an apology from the government of Iran. Zalesky wrote on Facebook, “We hope that Iran will punish the culprits in court and hand over the bodies of the passengers soon.”
We expect cooperation from Iran: Trudeau
At the same time, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said that the countrymen are mourning today. He demanded Iran to end the entire investigation as soon as possible. He said, “Our focus is on the transparency of investigation, accountability and justice for the families of the deceased. This is a big event for the country. However, we will still continue to work with our partners around the world to conduct a thorough investigation. We expect cooperation from Iran.
Iran clarified the case: Germany
On the other hand, Germany has appealed to Iran to take strict action against the culprits. Foreign Minister Haikou Maas said that Iran explained the reasons for the accident. But now it is their responsibility to decide that such a mistake is not made again. Mass said that in this difficult time, our condolences are with the families of the dead and the sad countries.
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