Canadian Foreign Minister Philippe Franயிois Champagne has recalled a previous shooting down of a Ukrainian plane. Revolutionary Guards Wants his country in Iran Accountability and justice. In an interview with the Iran International Network on Saturday, he said the Canadian government would do all it could to ensure that the truth was not lost.
He also pointed out that there were many legitimate questions that had not been answered, “that we must remember that Iran had nothing to do with the initial attack.”
In addition, the most frustrating thing for the families of the victims so far is that they have been in justice for more than a year and are grieving without realizing that someone is being held accountable, or that there is transparency.
Ruins of grieving families
Many Canadians who lost relatives were on board The plane was shot down on January 8, 2020 at dawn near Tehran, They pause in Toronto and promise to “resist and persevere” in their quest to find out what happened that day.
Amir Ali Alawi, who lost his mother in the incident, said in a pre-recorded message, “We are all devastated, families are standing together in grief and leaning on each other.” “After a long, hard year, we will continue to protest,” he said.
Ukraine, Canada, Sweden, Britain and Afghanistan, all non-resident travelers to Iran, issued a joint statement on Friday.
In a pre-recorded message presented during the position of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, “Canada would not accept more than a comprehensive and honest explanation on the part of the Iranian government as to exactly what happened.”