Iranian media reveals pictures of the wreckage of President Ebrahim Raisi’s helicopter: PPTVHD36

The official Iranian news agency published photos of the plane crash site and the wreckage of the helicopter that crashed and killed President Ebrahim Raisi.

The Iranian Broadcasting Corporation (IRIB) published photos of the wreckage of a Bell 212 helicopter that crashed in the mountains. In East Azerbaijan Province, led by President Ibrahim Raisi and Hossein Amir Abdollahian, the Foreign Ministry and including other entourage, numbering nine people, died while returning from the dam opening ceremony on May 19.

On May 20, the search and rescue team had already removed all the bodies from the scene. In the midst of still thick fog.

Meanwhile, the Iranian Cabinet held a meeting chaired by First Vice President Mohammad Mokhber. During the meeting, pictures of President Raisi and Abdullahian were placed on their chairs.

Elections to choose a new president of Iran must be held within 50 days of the death of President Raisi. In the meantime, Mokaber will serve as acting president.

While Maryam Rajavi, the leader of the Iranian anti-government group, took refuge in Paris, France, she believes that the death of President Raisi will create major strategic problems for Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei. And the Iranian government as a whole, and this will serve as an incentive for young people who want change to come out and take action.

Sergei Shoigu, Secretary General of the Russian Security Council, is an important ally of Iran. She added that Russia is ready to assist the Tehran government in its investigations into the incident.

However, there is speculation that President Raisi's Bell 212 helicopter accident may have been caused by a maintenance issue, according to Cedric Layton, a former US Air Force colonel. A military analyst told CNN that difficulty finding spare parts may be a contributing factor.

Iran used helicopters for the first time in the last part of the Iranian dynasty in 1976 in a commercial capacity… Therefore, the supply of spare parts is likely to be a problem, and in this case, Iran was not able to obtain spare parts as possible due to the sanctions imposed by many countries and on Its head is the United States.

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