Canada will do everything in its power to ensure an appropriate investigation and support for the families of the victims of the UIA plane crash in Iran.
It was in an interview with CBC News, said Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s special adviser on the Ralph Goodale crash.
“We will not spare our efforts. Canada will not calm down until an appropriate investigation is carried out, and the necessary transparency and accountability are ensured – and until they pay appropriate compensation to their loved ones. ” he stressed.
Former Canadian Minister of Public Safety Ralph Goodale was appointed councilor Justin Trudeau at the end of March. In addition to monitoring the progress of the investigation and the payment of compensation by the Iranian authorities, Goodale has also authorized the development of principles that will guide Canada in responding to possible international air accidents.
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As noted, on January 8, after a flight from Imam Khomeini Airport in Tehran, a UIA plane was shot down with two missiles. On board were 176 people, all dead. Among them, 11 Ukrainians – two passengers and nine crew members. The passengers on the airliner were citizens of Iran, Canada, Sweden, Afghanistan and the United Kingdom.
According to the materials: ukrinform.ru