Canada’s Transport Minister said on Wednesday that his country wants to formally join the investigation into the case of an Ukraine international plane crashed in Tehran last week. Tehran has been rejecting the claims of Western countries that Boeing 737 was shot down by a missile. Last Saturday, he injured to accidentally killing him.
All 176 passengers and crew members aboard the Canada plane were killed. Of these, 138 were going to Canada and 57 were Canadians. Canadian Transport Minister Mark Garrow said that two Canadian investigators are present in Iran as a member of an international team and they are also cooperating. Canada wants to be formally involved in the investigation.
Canadian meeting organized in London
He said the black box of the aircraft is near Iran and the other two investigators are ready to go wherever the recorder is examined. Canada is also holding a meeting in London on Thursday, which will include representatives of countries whose citizens have been killed in the accident. In this meeting, it will be decided what kind of approach to adopt with Iran. Meanwhile, many universities in Canada remembered the victims on Wednesday by keeping silence.