Iran’s Cupboard on Wednesday allotted $150,000 for the households of every of the 176 individuals killed when Iranian forces shot down a Ukrainian airliner in January, the official IRNA information company reported.

Describing Iran’s dealing with of the scenario as “unacceptable,” Ukraine stated the quantity of compensation ought to be negotiated, in accord with worldwide apply, and that Iran should decide the causes of the tragedy and convey these accountable to justice.

An Iranian authorities assertion stated: “The cupboard accepted the supply of $150,000 or the equal in euros as quickly as potential to the households and survivors of every of the victims of the Ukrainian plan crash,” IRNA reported.

Iran’s Revolutionary Guards have stated they unintentionally shot down the Ukraine International Airlines plane shortly after takeoff from Tehran on Jan. 8, mistaking it for a missile when tensions with america have been excessive.

“The Ukrainian facet expects from Iran a draft technical report on the circumstances of the plane taking pictures down,” stated Oleh Nikolenko, a spokesman for Ukraine’s overseas ministry. He added that Iran had but to implement earlier agreements, however didn’t give particulars.

“This case is particularly unacceptable, since we’re speaking concerning the destiny of harmless individuals,” he stated.

Iran’s Roads and City Growth Minister, Mohammad Eslami, instructed state tv on Wednesday that the ultimate report on the crash had been despatched to the international locations taking part within the investigation.

Below United Nations guidelines, Iran retains total management of the investigation, with enter from america because the nation the place the airplane, a Boeing 737-800, was constructed; from Ukraine, the place it was operated; and from Canada, the place lots of the victims lived.

Worldwide guidelines on air crash investigations often called Annex 13 embrace a suggestion {that a} ultimate report seem inside 12 months, a time-frame that expires subsequent week, although many high-profile inquiries take longer.

A spokeswoman for the Transportation Security Board of Canada stated by electronic mail that the company had been knowledgeable {that a} “draft investigation report was going to be distributed” this week, though it could not have entry to it. The T.S.B. will solely obtain a duplicate of the ultimate report when it’s revealed, she stated.

Habib Haghjoo, an Iranian-born Canadian who misplaced his daughter and granddaughter within the crash, stated he didn’t belief the information from Tehran and careworn that his precedence was the report.

“They need to wrap it up,” he stated of Iran. “We wish the reality.”