Iran's Supreme Leader Rules Out External Intervention or Sabotage in Helicopter Crash

The Iranian Supreme Leader has released a report on the helicopter crash that killed former President Ibrahim Raisi and several high-ranking officials, including Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian.

The report concludes that there is no evidence to suggest external intervention or sabotage, SIA reports with reference to foreign media.

The report states that an investigation into the technical service and maintenance records of the helicopter found no problems. The report also notes that there was no communication with the crew for 69 seconds before the crash.

The investigation into the remains of the helicopter and its parts, as well as the samples taken from them, found no evidence of sabotage or electronic warfare. The report concludes that the true cause of the crash has not been determined yet, and further investigations will be conducted to determine the cause.

The report adds that the results of the investigation will be shared with the public once they are determined. It is worth noting that Iran's former President Ibrahim Raisi was killed in a helicopter crash on May 19th, 2024, while returning from a ceremony to open a border crossing between Iran and Azerbaijan. The crash also killed Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian and 8 other officials.

Iran's Supreme Leader had previously released an initial report on May 24th, stating that there were no signs of bullets or foreign objects on the parts of the helicopter.

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