Russia ready to hand over plane crash victims’ bodies to Ukraine, RIA says

Russia ready to hand over plane crash victims’ bodies to Ukraine, RIA says
Russia ready to hand over plane crash victims’ bodies to Ukraine, RIA says

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Nevin Al Sukari - Sana'a - In this screen grab taken from a handout footage released by the Russian Investigative Committee on January 25, 2024, an investigator works at the Russian IL-76 military transport plane crash site in the Belgorod region. — AFP pic/Russian Investigative Committee

MOSCOW, March 1 — Russia is ready to hand over to Ukraine the bodies of the victims of a January military plane crash, the RIA news agency cited Russian human rights official Tatyana Moskalkova as saying on Friday.

Moscow accuses Kyiv of downing the Ilyushin Il-76 plane in Russia’s Belgorod region and killing 74 people on board, including 65 captured Ukrainian soldiers en route to be swapped for Russian prisoners of war. It has not presented evidence.

Ukraine has neither confirmed nor denied that it shot down the plane and has challenged Moscow’s account of who was on board and what happened.

Moskalkova said she was in touch with Ukrainian officials regarding the matter of the bodies. — Reuters

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