The Guinea government in collaboration with its Liberian counterpart said it has set up an enquiry commission tasked with probing the crash in which Guinean army chief, Souleymane Kelefa Diallo alongside eleven other Guinean officers were killed as they were traveling to neighboring Liberia to attend a military parade, official sources told APA on Saturday.
Guinean Defense Minister, Kebele Camara said the enquiry commission has already begun its works.
“The black box was found and the commission will be made up of experts from both countries under the leadership of Liberia. The two teams have already met,” Mr Camara added.
On February 11 the aircraft which the Guinean army chief and eleven officers boarded crashed in Liberia.
The victims were posthumously honored and buried in Conakry.
Guinean opposition leaders had demanded an investigation be promptly conducted to elucidate the deadly crash.
Source African Press Agency
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