Canada will send experts to decode the flight recorders of Boeing Ukrainian
Safety administration transport Canada (TSB) will send to France a team of experts to assist with the decoding of flight recorders of the Boeing airline "Ukraine International airlines", crashed near Tehran in January.
"TSB will send a team of investigators to participate in the download (data) CVR (cockpit voice recorder) and FDR (flight data recorder)", - reported in Twitter TSB.
Previously, the French Bureau of air crash investigation (BEA) reported that Iran has requested technical assistance from on-Board recorders.
Flying in Boeing 737 Kiev "Ukraine International airlines" crashed shortly after taking off from Tehran airport early in the morning on 8 January. Killing all 176 people on Board: 167 passengers from Iran, Ukraine, Canada, UK, Germany, Sweden and Afghanistan and nine crew members.
The Iranian military said that the Ukrainian Boeing was shot down by accident, the reason was the human factor: the plane flew near the military site and Iran was adopted as the "enemy goal" - namely, for a cruise missile. In the Iran-said that he expected attacks from the United States, in connection with which the air defense system of the country were given in full combat readiness. The President of Ukraine said that he expects Tehran's full admission of guilt, a formal apology, punishment of perpetrators and compensation payments.