Unable to release data for black boxes of Ukrainian plane

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Ukraine and Canada both insist that they should be delivered … The “Revolutionary Guards” shot them down with a missile

Iran announced today, Tuesday, that it was unable to unload the data of the black boxes of the stricken Ukrainian plane that was shot down by the “Revolutionary Guard” with a missile over Tehran in early January.

The Civil Aviation Authority of Iran stated that it was unable to unload the data of the black boxes of the plane that killed the 176 people on board, according to Reuters news agency.

According to “Sky News” she added that she requested the necessary equipment from America and France in order to unload the data of the two funds in Iran, but that she had not received a positive response so far.

The two black boxes became the subject of controversy between Iran and the countries with nationals who were killed in the downing of the Ukrainian plane on January 8.

Ukraine and Canada both insist that the black boxes be delivered, while Tehran says it intends to keep the black boxes, at least for the time being.

Iran’s hardline stance came after it announced earlier that it would hand the boxes over to Kiev, but it backed away from that.

Iran may be reluctant to hand over the boxes, fearing more details of the accident, the Associated Press reported.

After days of denial, Iran acknowledged responsibility for the shooting down of the Ukrainian civil plane with a missile launched by the “Revolutionary Guard” on the plane that had just taken off from Khomeini airport in Tehran.

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Iran: Unable to release data for Ukrainian plane black boxes

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Iran announced today, Tuesday, that it was unable to unload the data of the black boxes of the stricken Ukrainian plane that was shot down by the “Revolutionary Guard” with a missile over Tehran in early January.

The Civil Aviation Authority of Iran stated that it was unable to unload the data of the black boxes of the plane that killed the 176 people on board, according to Reuters news agency.

According to “Sky News” she added that she requested the necessary equipment from America and France in order to unload the data of the two funds in Iran, but that she had not received a positive response so far.

The two black boxes became the subject of controversy between Iran and the countries with nationals who were killed in the downing of the Ukrainian plane on January 8.

Ukraine and Canada both insist that the black boxes be delivered, while Tehran says it intends to keep the black boxes, at least for the time being.

Iran’s hardline stance came after it announced earlier that it would hand the boxes over to Kiev, but it backed away from that.

Iran may be reluctant to hand over the boxes, fearing more details of the accident, the Associated Press reported.

After days of denial, Iran acknowledged responsibility for the shooting down of the Ukrainian civil plane with a missile launched by the “Revolutionary Guard” on the plane that had just taken off from Khomeini airport in Tehran.

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Ukraine and Canada both insist that they should be delivered … The “Revolutionary Guards” shot them down with a missile

Iran announced today, Tuesday, that it was unable to unload the data of the black boxes of the stricken Ukrainian plane that was shot down by the “Revolutionary Guard” with a missile over Tehran in early January.

The Civil Aviation Authority of Iran stated that it was unable to unload the data of the black boxes of the plane that killed the 176 people on board, according to Reuters news agency.

According to “Sky News” she added that she requested the necessary equipment from America and France in order to unload the data of the two funds in Iran, but that she had not received a positive response so far.

The two black boxes became the subject of controversy between Iran and the countries with nationals who were killed in the downing of the Ukrainian plane on January 8.

Ukraine and Canada both insist that the black boxes be delivered, while Tehran says it intends to keep the black boxes, at least for the time being.

Iran’s hardline stance came after it announced earlier that it would hand the boxes over to Kiev, but it backed away from that.

Iran may be reluctant to hand over the boxes, fearing more details of the accident, the Associated Press reported.

After days of denial, Iran acknowledged responsibility for the shooting down of the Ukrainian civil plane with a missile launched by the “Revolutionary Guard” on the plane that had just taken off from Khomeini airport in Tehran.

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