They all said: The passenger plane was shot down by Iran? !!
In the mist were Trump, Trudeau, and Johnson.
After a Ukrainian passenger plane crashed in Iran on the 8th, the cause of the accident sparked speculation. On the 9th local time, US President Trump expressed his "doubt" on the matter, and there were reports that the crashed passenger plane was shot down by Iranian missiles. On the same day, Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau and British Prime Minister Johnson both claimed that the Ukrainian passenger plane was shot down by Iranian missiles, but they also said that it might be unintentional.
Prior to this, many foreign media had already pointed their finger at Iran, saying that the crashed plane was accidentally shot down by Iran's air defense missiles. In this regard, Iranian officials said on January 9 local time that the United States would join the investigation into the crash of a Ukrainian airliner. The Iranian side directly denied that the passenger plane crash was related to Iran's missile launches at US bases in Iraq. And the Iranian media believe that U.S. intelligence is a conspiracy created by Iran's enemies.
The U.S. media said that the crashed Ukrainian airliner was shot down by Iran, and Trump also stated: I have my doubts AFP reported on the 10th that U.S. President Trump said on the 9th local time that he had his "Ukraine airliner crash" doubt". Earlier, US media claimed that the crashed passenger plane was Iranian missile shot down.
"I have my suspicions that this plane is flying in a very harsh environment and someone may have made a mistake," Trump said.
"Some people say it's mechanical, and I personally think it's not even a problem." Trump said, "something terrible happened."
AFP report screenshot AFP reported that just as Trump made this remark, both the US Newsweek and CBS reported that the crashed plane was accidentally shot down by Iran's anti-aircraft missiles.
U.S. Newsweek report screenshots Newsweek quoted Pentagon sources, senior U.S. intelligence officials and Iraqi intelligence officials as saying that a Ukrainian passenger plane that had crashed outside the Iranian capital Tehran was hit by anti-aircraft missiles.
A Pentagon official and a senior U.S. intelligence official told Newsweek that the Pentagon's assessment concluded that it was an accident. According to sources, Iran's missile defense system is on standby after an attack on a US military base in Iraq.
Canadian Prime Minister: Ukrainian passenger plane was shot down by Iran, but it is likely to be unintentional news from the Associated Press, AFP, etc. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Thursday (9th) local time, Canada obtained intelligence from multiple sources. The Ukrainian passenger plane that crashed outside Iran's capital Tehran on the 8th was mistakenly shot down by Iran. The Associated Press reported that Trudeau also believed that the attack (ie, shooting down) could be unintentional.
Trudeau told the reporter on the screenshot of the Associated Press on the same day: "Obtaining intelligence from multiple sources (from) our allies and ourselves, there is evidence that the aircraft was shot down by Iran's surface-to-air missiles."
"This is likely to be unintentional," Trudeau added.
However, specific details of the "evidence" mentioned by Trudeau that day have not been disclosed.
British Prime Minister: The plane was shot down by Iran, and it is likely that the British side made an emergency statement.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said in a statement that there was "a lot of information" indicating that the plane was shot down by Iranian missiles. He also said that this was likely to be unintentional.
Iran: Denying that the passenger plane was shot down <br /> The Iranian side also refuted these allegations on the same day. According to CBS reports, a report sent back by its reporter in Tehran stated that the head of the Iranian Civil Aviation Agency said that the US conclusions were not true at all. Some Iranian media believe that US intelligence is a conspiracy created by Iran's enemies.
Rescuers worked at the crash site near the Khomeini International Airport in Tehran, Iran on January 8. Xinhua News Agency According to the latest report from Iranian press Press TV, Ali Abedzadeh, head of the Iranian Civil Aviation Organization, denied on the 9th that foreign media reported that the crashed passenger plane was Iranian down, and called this statement "irrational. Illogical rumors ".
Abezade said in an interview with Press TV on the 9th that from a scientific point of view, it is impossible for a missile to hit a Ukrainian passenger plane. "According to eyewitnesses and data collected from various parts of the fuselage, the plane caught fire three minutes after takeoff."
Press TV reports screenshots. In addition, according to Reuters news, Iranian officials said on January 9 local time that the United States will join the investigation into the crash of a Ukrainian airliner. Iran has denied US and Canadian claims that the airliner was shot down.
Farhad Parvaresh, Iran's representative to the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), told Reuters that "(the United States) National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) has responded to our chief investigator and announced his appointment. A representative. "
Reuters said the NTSB declined to comment. A source confirmed that the NTSB had agreed to participate in the investigation, but said that it was unclear what its representatives could do under US sanctions on Iran. Pavares said other countries, including Ukraine and Canada, have also been notified.
Pavaresh has denied claims by the United States and Canada that the crashed passenger plane was shot down, and said Iran is committed to a full and transparent investigation into the accident. He described the accident as a "tragedy and disaster" for everyone involved.
On January 8, a passenger plane of Ukraine International Airlines crashed near Iran's Tehran airport, killing all 176 passengers and crew on board. Because the crash occurred during Iran's "retaliatory" operation against the U.S. military base in Iraq, the incident also caused speculation that it was "suspected to be shot down by Iranian missiles" or "suspected terrorist attack." The Iranian side subsequently denied rumors of "missile damage".
Iran denies that Ukraine passenger plane crash is related to Iranian attack on U.S. military bases. CCTV News quoted Iranian TV Station as saying on the 9th that Iran ’s Minister of Roads and Urban Development Mohamed Islami denied that Ukraine Airlines plane crash in Tehran on the 8th Related to Iran firing missiles at US bases in Iraq.
Islami said there were rumors that a terrorist attack, an explosion, or a hit by an aircraft could be the cause of the incident, but it was not true. Technical problems were the cause of the plane crash.
Islami said that if the rumor said that the plane would explode in the air, it was not the case. The aircraft caught fire due to technical problems, which first caused the aircraft's communication and control systems to stop working, and subsequently caused a crash.
He said Iran will not hand over the found black box of the crashed airliner to Boeing or any other country. Boeing's Iranian technicians and experts will restore black box data in Iran.
Foreign media claimed that the Ukrainian crashed airliner system was shot down by Iran, and the US media sent a video: a target over Tehran was hit by a missile. "The video shows that the missile hit a target over Tehran." Many foreign media have reported Ukrainian passenger planes. When the crash was caused by the Iranian missile, CNN disclosed a video on the 9th and stated in the report that CNN could not confirm the authenticity of the video, but it can be seen in the video. The buildings appear to be similar to those on the outskirts of Tehran's Paland.
CNN report screenshots Previously, the United States and other media reported that the Ukrainian passenger plane that crashed in Tehran on the 8th was shot down by Iran, and Iran denied it. Iranian media Press TV reported on the 9th that Ali Abedzadeh, head of the Iranian Civil Aviation Organization, denied reports that Iranian planes were shot down by foreign media and called the statement "illogical rumors." .
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