Ottawa (AFP) – The jet jetty from Iran would still live if they did not increase tension recently prompted by the US, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Monday.
"In my opinion, if there was no tension, if there had been no recent escalation in the region, these Canadian people would now live with their families," Trudeau said in an interview with World TV, according to a mediated transcript. other.
He also said that the international community was "very clear about the need for Iran to have a non-nuclear" but also "manage the tensions in the region associated with US actions."
A missile was shot with the international airlines of Ukraine Boeing 737 shortly after resigning Tehran before the beginning of last Wednesday, killing all 176 on board, including 57 Canons.
Long-term tensions between the US and Iran have risen since 3 January when missiles from the US drone killed Iranian top commander, Qasem Soleimani, near Baghdad airport.
Iran responded to a missile surplus at two US bases in Iraq, affecting any casualties in what was regarded as an attempt to prevent increased spiral.
But an hour later, Iranian Revolutionary Garda unit mistakenly shot the Ukrainian passenger mistake, as Asian President Hassan Rouhani gave "human error."
Trudeau also said it would "obviously" be very pleased with leaders from Washington about the drone strike on Soleimani.
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