It was not because of an engine failure, an aircraft from Iran to Ukraine on Wednesday morning, crashed near Tehran.
It shall notify the Ukraine's embassy in Iran, according to news agency Reuters.
Shortly after the crash, announced the embassy otherwise, that the crash was due to an engine failure, but the announcement pulls the embassy now back.
'All previous announcements about the reasons for the crash was not official', is it Wednesday afternoon.
Ukraine has after the crash banned to fly to Iran in force from Thursday 9. January.
It was a Boeing 737 aircraft with 167 passengers and nine crew members on board, that crashed in Iran.
the foreign ministry's Citizen service will provide to Ekstra Bladet, that there are no reports of the danes among the killed.
'the foreign ministry's Consular and embassy in Tehran will continue to examine whether there were passengers with dual Danish-iranian citizenship on board, which at present do not suggest', says to Ekstra Bladet.
On Twitter confirms Ukraine's foreign minister, Vadym Prystaiko, 10 swedes are among the killed. The same is 63 canadians, three germans, three britons, 11 ukrainians and four afghans.
'We express our deepest condolences. The Ukrainian authorities are continuing to investigate the matter', writes the minister.
Наразі нам відома наступна інформація щодо країн походження загиблих в катастрофі #PS752:— Vadym Prystaiko (@VPrystaiko) 8. January 2020
Іран - 82;
Канада - 63;
Україна - 2 + 9(екіпаж);
Швеція - 10;
Афганістан - 4;
ФРН - 3;
Велика Британія - 3.
Висловлюємо наші співчуття. Українська влада продовжує розслідування.
the Aid to the Red Crescent (the Red Cross in Iran, ed.) disclose according to AFP news agency, that 'there is no chance of finding survivors'.
the Plane from the Ukraine International Airlines was just relieved from the international airport of Imam Khomeini in Iran's capital, Tehran, when it crashed.
According to the arab media Al-Jazeera was the passenger plane be relieved at 5.15 local time in Tehran and heading towards Ukraine's capital, Kyiv. But the departure was delayed by nearly an hour to the o'clock 6.12.
the Plane crashed near Parand, a suburb of Tehran.
the Video below shows the violent scenes in the area where the plane has crashed.
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First visuals from Ukrainian #PlaneCrash site | https://t.co/bqYZ2VmBm2 pic.twitter.com/yail9UR2RP— Economic Times (@EconomicTimes) January 8, 2020
the Manufacturer of the aircraft, the american Boeing, informs, according to the news agency Reuters, that it is aware of media reports about the crash and 'collect information'.
Ukraine International Airlines was founded in 1992 and is the country's largest carrier. The company announces that all flights to Tehran has been suspended for an indefinite period of time.
the Company reported about at 9.30 am on Wednesday that it will shortly publish a list of the nationalities of those killed.
According to the spokespersons from the company, there is no evidence that there has been something wrong with the plane before it took off from the international airport of Imam Khomeini in Iran's capital, Tehran.
the Plane had been routinely checked as late as 6. January, and here had there not been signs that there had to be something wrong with it.
See also: After the crash: Iran refuses to give black boxes to the UNITED states
Iran's aviation authorities will not transfer the black boxes from the crashed flight to the UNITED states. It says the head of Iran's civil aviation authority, Ali Abedzadeh, according to the iranian news agency Mehr.
- We will not give the black boxes to the manufacturer (Boeing) and the americans, informs Ali Abedzadeh to Mehr.
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the Crash happened, a few hours after Iran attacked two military bases in Iraq, one of which housed both american and Danish soldiers. It was an iranian response to the US's killing of the powerful iranian military commander Qassem Soleimani Friday of last week.
on the Night of Wednesday local time forbade the UNITED states'aviation authority, the FAA, and all non-military aircraft to fly over Iran, Iraq, the gulf of Oman and The Persian Gulf.
in Addition, several airlines decided to cease their flights to Iraq. It applies to Air France, Lufthansa, Cathay Pacific, Singapore Airlines, Malaysia Airlines, Thai Airlines, and Korean Airlines.