Raisi, helicopter crash. «The aircraft has been found», but Red Crescent denies it. The spokesperson: “Difficult times, prayers are needed”

There is a mystery about the president’s condition…

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There is a mystery surrounding the condition of Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi after the helicopter he was traveling on had an accident and was forced, according to initial information, to make a “hard landing”. The first rumors according to which the president was not injured and would even continue the journey by land were later denied, with the Iranian Mehr agency even canceling the launch. Iranian state television announced that the helicopter had been found by rescuers. Al Jazeera made this known. The news, however, was denied by the Mehr agency, cited by Tass. In the meantime, the location would have been identified exact information about the accident. This was announced by the commander of the armed forces in the province of East Azerbaijan, as reported by the official IRNA agency. According to the commander, a few minutes ago a signal was received from the helicopter and the mobile phone of one of the crew members. “We are leaving for the area and I hope we will give good news to the people,” he said.

 
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