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“There are no calls since the accident”: the Iranian commander flatly denies having had contact with the passengers of Raisi’s helicopter

Date: June 25, 2024 Time: 10:36:12

Another report by Iranian officials that they were able to contact passengers who were on the crashed helicopter with Iranian President Ibrahim Raisi has been refuted. Previously, the Deputy Foreign Minister of the Islamic Republic stated that it was possible to contact the Imam of Tabriz, Sayed Mohammad Ali al-Hash, twice. He allegedly said he was in bad condition and heard the sound of ambulance sirens.

The commander of the Iranian army based at the Ashura base in eastern Azerbaijan denied this information in a conversation with Sepah.

According to him, since 3:00 p.m. there has been no communication with the helicopter, its passengers and crew, “the news about the reception of signals is incorrect.”

Meanwhile, it became clear how the Iranians determined the area where the presidential helicopter crashed. From Azerbaijan, where the joint inauguration of hydroelectric complexes on the Araks River took place with President Aliyev, the Iranian delegation left in three helicopters. Two of them, when the clash occurred, recorded it and pointed out the square where Raisi’s side disappeared. Down in the mountains there was a thick fog.

Iranian-born aviation engineer Adrien Fazaeli told Iran International that he confirmed the crashed helicopter was American-made. Iran purchased the Bell 212 even before the imposition of sanctions; In 1971, the machine did not have modern equipment.

Now the search area has been reduced to two kilometers. The rain that fell in the mountains turned into snow, which greatly complicates the progress of rescuers.

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