It was said that there was no distress signal from the Raisi helicopter in Turkey 04:14

Head of the Ministry of Transport, Abdülkadir Uraloğlu, said in his statement that Ankara officials did not receive a signal from the helicopter carrying Iranian President İbrahim Reisi that crashed in northwestern Iran. TV channel reported this TRT News.

According to the senior official, Iranian airspace is controlled by controllers in Turkey and Ankara was first monitoring whether the signal was sent from the helicopter. Uraloğlu added that Turkey provided assistance to Iran in searching for the crashed helicopter.

19 May helicopter with Iranian President Ibrahim Reisi collapsed In the mountains near Azerbaijan.

The duties of the president were transferred to the first deputy, Mohammed Mokhber, for 50 days. Early elections will be held for the head of state in the country.

Also on board were Foreign Minister Hossein Amir Abdullahian and some other Iranian officials. Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Ali Bagheri Kani appointed Deputy head of the Islamic Republic department.

Previously recognized Location and date of the farewell ceremony of Iranian President Raisi.

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Source: Gazeta


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