Zelensky: If Iran does not fulfill the promise of the downed Boeing, Ukraine will go to court

Ukraine will sue in international courts if Iran refuses to implement pledges and commitments undertaken in connection with the crash of a Ukrainian airliner shot down over Tehran. This was stated by Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky in an interview with canadian newspaper The Globe and Mail.

Zelensky emphasized that it is “not only about the return of the black boxes, but about other promises,” and noted that the government of Iran should make a formal apology and pay adequate compensation.

Recall, January 8, 2020 Boeing 737 “Ukraine International airlines”, flying from Tehran to Kiev, was mistakenly shot down by the Iranian military. Killing all 167 passengers and nine crew members.

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