Iran hosted officials from Ukraine in a second round of talks on Monday overcompensation for a Kiev-bound passenger mistakenly shot down in January, state media reported.
Ukraine International Airlines Flight 752 crashed shortly after taking off from the Iranian capital’s main airport on January 8.
The Islamic republic admitted days later that its forces accidentally shot down the plane, killing all 176 people on board, after firing two missiles amid heightened US-Iran tensions.
State news agency IRNA said the talks were held at the foreign ministry in Tehran and that they would continue until Wednesday.
The first round of negotiations were held in Kiev in July, with the Ukrainian authorities saying they were “cautiously optimistic” about the process.
Iran’s civil aviation authority has said the misalignment of an air defence unit’s radar system was the key “human error” that led to the plane’s downing.
Tehran’s air defenses had been on high alert at the time in case the US retaliated against Iranian strikes hours earlier on American troops stationed in Iraq.