Decoding the information of the black box which was founded on March 4 is possible in Iran, but the Iranian experts may need help from their French counterparts, Ali Abedzadeh, head of Iran Civil Aviation Organization told the Islamic Republic News Agency (IRNA).
The French experts, who arrived in Tehran on February 20, have expressed their readiness to cooperate with Iran in exploring the data of the crashed plane black box, Abedzadeh said.
A seven-member delegation from France flew to the Iranian capital to examine the reason behind the crash of an ATR passenger plane in central Iran on February 18.
The Asseman Airlines' passenger plane crashed in the Kohangan Village near the Padena region, 120 Km from Semirom in Isfahan Province, center of Iran. All 66 passengers and crew of the plane are reportedly killed.
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