“I would like to bow my head in sorrow for the victims of PS752 flight, – noted Vadym Prystaiko, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine. – It must have never happened. It must have never happened in the world where rule of law and order is declared to be of the greatest value. We do our utmost to restore justice and impose liability upon those responsible. We will demand just compensation for this tragedy.”
“Today, it turned 40 days since the tragic loss of 176 lives in the sky of Iran, – noted Yevhenii Dykhne, CEO Ukraine International. – To mark this date and pay homage to the victims of PS752 Tehran – Kyiv flight, we at Ukraine International decided to launch the construction of a memorial park. We sincerely thank everyone who shared this moment with us and supported us in these difficult times.”
Eventually, the airline plans to erect a monument created following the results of an open contest among Ukrainian sculptors.
“Anyone who dedicated his life to aviation is part of a kinship family. On January 8, this family suffered a terrible loss, – noted Pavlo Riabikin, CEO of Boryspil International Airport State Enterprise. – We mourn together with our friends and colleagues from Ukraine International, the families of the deceased, and the whole world. We feel it essential to perpetuate the memory of the victims of Ukraine’s largest-ever aviation accident.”
Additionally, Ukrainian civic leaders founded the Safe Sky charity fund aiming at raising funds for families of deceased Ukrainians, informing the public on the investigation into the causes of the tragedy, and initializing substantive steps regarding safety and security of civil aviation in Ukraine and globally.