OTTAWA — Canada’s special adviser on the federal response to Iran’s January shootdown of a Ukraine International Airlines jetliner says changes are needed in international aviation rules to allow for “more credible” crash investigations.
In a lengthy report released Tuesday, former Liberal cabinet minister Ralph Goodale also recommends that special attention be paid to those who lose loved ones in such tragedies.
Goodale was appointed by the government following the Jan. 8 crash of the passenger jet after it was shot down by Iran’s Revolutionary Guard. All 176 people aboard were killed, including dozens of Canadians.
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Source:: National Newswatch