In the OP clarified during a funeral ceremony in Boryspil

В ОП уточнили время траурной церемонии в Борисполе

The plane from Iran with the bodies of the dead citizens of Ukraine expect in Boryspil on Sunday at 11:00.

The ceremony of commemoration of victims of the plane crash MAU in Iran will start at Borispol international airport at approximately 11:00 Sunday, January 19. It is reported by the Office of the President of Ukraine on Saturday, January 18.

“On Sunday, January 19, at 11:00 (roughly) will start the ceremony of remembrance of the victims of the crash of International airlines of Ukraine in the Islamic Republic of Iran. The event will take place at the International airport Boryspil”, – stated in the message.

At the same time journalists are invited at 13:00 to the terminal V.

In turn, Interfax-Ukraine reported that the plane from Iran expecting tomorrow to 11:00 and 12:00 will start parting.

On the eve it became known that on 19 January in Kiev will deliver the bodies of Ukrainians who died in a plane crash MAU in Iran. Then it was reported that the ceremony will begin at approximately 11:30.

Earlier, Iran had identified the bodies of all the 11 Ukrainians killed in the plane crash. On Board were three pilots: Aleksei Naumkin, Vladimir Gaponenko Sergei Khomenko.

Also killed six flight attendants: Ekaterina Static, Igor Malikov, Maria Mikityuk, Denis Lino, Valeriya Ovcharuk and Julia Sologub.

Except members of the crew on Board were two passengers-citizens of Ukraine – Olga Kobuk and Alena Malakhova.

In connection with mourning events in Borispol possible limitations of the road in the vicinity of the airport.

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