Iran opens an investigation into the helicopter crash… and Turkey talks concerning the “sign system”

The Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Employees of the Iranian Armed Forces, Main Basic Mohammad Bagheri, on Monday, ordered an investigation to uncover the causes of the presidential helicopter crash in an accident that claimed the lives of President Ebrahim Raisi and International Minister Amir Hossein Abdullahian, in accordance with what Agence France-Presse reported from native media.

The Iranian College students Information Company (ISNA) reported that Bagheri ordered “a high-level committee to open an investigation into the reason for the president’s helicopter crash.”

In a associated context, Turkish Transport Minister Abdulkadir Uraloglu stated on Monday that the sign system of the helicopter that crashed on Sunday was not activated, or that the aircraft didn’t have such a system.

On Sunday, Iranian President Raisi’s helicopter crashed in a distant mountainous space in northwestern Iran, forsaking a black path extending an extended distance amid a dense fog by means of which scattered particles is seen.

State broadcaster IRIB stated emergency companies confronted huge difficulties in finding the aircraft, which “hit a mountain and crashed” in the course of the collision.

The accident occurred on Sunday between 13:30 and 14:00 (10:30 GMT) after the Iranian president left the Julfa area in East Azerbaijan Province (west), heading to town of Tabriz within the northwest of the nation.

The delegation’s two different helicopters arrived at their vacation spot safely.

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