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Iran Clears US to Join Ukrainian Jetliner Probe After - Bulldozers Spotted at Crash Site

Posted: Jan 10th, 2020 - 10:37 am

Iran invited Boeing and U.S. aviation investigators Friday to join its examination into the loss of the Ukrainian jetliner on its territory earlier this week. Canada and the UK as well as the Ukraine have also been cleared to attend as officials in Tehran rushed to clear the site of all debris.

The state-run IRNA news agency quoted a Foreign Ministry spokesman as saying Iran, “has invited both Ukraine and the Boeing company to participate in the investigations”.

The spokesman, Abbas Mousavi, said it will also welcome experts from other countries whose citizens died in the crash.

The move came after Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, citing Canadian and other intelligence agencies, said the plane appeared to have been hit by an Iranian missile.

As Breitbart News reported, Trudeau said Canadian and allied intelligence supports his claim of an Iranian weapon strike. He declined to get into the specific intelligence, but said it appeared it was a surface-to-air missile that struck the plane.

“The intelligence evidence suggests very clearly a possible and probable cause for the crash,” Trudeau told a news conference, although on the evidence coming from Iran, there may be very little left for any investigation to use in its inquiry.

Open source investigation website Bellingcat, whose painstaking work linked downed MH17 to Russia back in 2014, said it had verified images of a bulldozer clearing a debris field in Shahedshahr on the outskirts of Tehran.

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