Ukrainian government breaks silence on Kabul hijacking, delivers vital information


New Delhi: Ukrainian Deputy Foreign Minister Yevgeni Yenin said a Ukrainian plane was hijacked by unidentified people. He was taken to Iran. There are also strangers on board. Yenin previously reported this to Russian news agency TASS, but now Ukraine’s Foreign Ministry has also dismissed reports of hijackings.

According to reports, Iran’s aviation regulator has denied Ukraine’s claim that the Ukrainian plane stopped to refuel Mashhad on the night of August 23 and then traveled to Ukraine at 9:50 p.m. The news was also denied by the president of the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry, Oleg Nikolaenko. Speaking to the media, he said there had been no Ukrainian hijackings in Kabul or elsewhere. Some media report information about the hijacked plane, which does not correspond to reality.

Indeed, Yevgeni Yenin, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Ukrainian government, said on Tuesday that the plane had been hijacked on Sunday, which was taken back by strangers. No information on this subject has yet to be determined. According to reports, the plane was taken to Iran on Tuesday. Ignorant people are also on board the plane.

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