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MOSCOW, September 12 (Itar-Tass) —— Experts from foreign countries whose citizens were killed in the Yak-42 air crash near Yaroslavl may join the investigation into the crash, the Interstate Aviation Committee (IAC) said in a statement posted on its official website on Monday.
“The IAc’s technical commission has established contacts with air accidents investigation agencies in those country whose citizens were on board the ill-fated plane, they are the Czech republic, Germany, Slovakia, Sweden, Latvia, and Canada. The IAC has had permanent working contacts with these agencies,” the statement says.