China News Service, July 24. According to a report by Russian Satellite Network on the 24th, Ukrainian Deputy Foreign Minister Yevgeny Yenin stated on the 24th that the interpretation of the black box of the Ukrainian airliner that crashed in Iran can confirm that the aircraft body was hit by an external force. .

Data map: On January 11, 2020 local time, the Iranian military admitted to shooting down the crashed Ukrainian airliner, calling it a "human error." The picture shows the bullet holes in the wreckage of the aircraft.

  According to reports, the Transport Security Bureau of Canada (TSB) previously stated that the international expert team had completed the interpretation of the black box of the Ukrainian airliner that crashed in the suburbs of Tehran in January. The interpretation work started in Paris on July 21. Yevgeny Yenin said earlier that although the exterior of the black box was damaged, the data interpretation went smoothly.

  According to the report, the Deputy Foreign Minister of Ukraine stated on social networking sites: “From the interpretation results, it can be determined that the passenger plane body was hit by external forces.”

  On January 8, a Boeing 737-800 passenger plane of Ukraine International Airlines took off from Khomeini International Airport in Tehran, the capital of Iran, to Kiev, the capital of Ukraine, but crashed shortly after takeoff. The 167 passengers and 9 crew members on board were dead. .

  The Iranian military later issued a statement stating that the passenger plane was shot down "unintentionally" by the Iranian military and that the accident was caused by "human error." Earlier in July, Iran announced that the accident was caused by a radar deviation.