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There were no signs of an attack on the helicopter carrying the Iranian president

There were no signs of an attack on the helicopter carrying the Iranian president

Further details will be given after further investigation.

A helicopter carrying Iran’s late president Ibrahim Raisi caught fire shortly after crashing into a mountain, state media reported, citing military investigators.

A report by the General Staff of the Armed Forces tasked with investigating the incident was read on state television on Thursday night.

The first report on the accident did not identify the culprits, but said more details would be released after a thorough investigation.

Iran’s Foreign Minister Raisi and six others were killed in Sunday’s crash.

In its memo, the General Staff said there was nothing suspicious about communications between the control tower and the helicopter crew before the crash.

He noted that the last contact between the device and the two accompanying helicopters occurred 90 seconds before the crash.

The statement added that there was no sign of anything being fired at the aircraft and that its flight path had not changed.

An old Bell helicopter crashed on Sunday in a foggy remote mountainous area in the country’s northwest. The crash site was discovered on Monday morning, with all eight occupants dead.

Raisi was buried in the mausoleum at the Imam Reza Shrine in Mashhad on Thursday.

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