The wreckage crashed in Egypt Russian airliner A321 began to carry the crash site in Cairo, reports The Wall Street Journal with reference to Egyptian aviation authorities. At the same time, it is noted that most of the wreckage of the crashed aircraft remain scattered over the extensive territory, though they may contain the answer to the question about the causes of the crash.
Yesterday the employee of the aviation Department of Egypt stated that the country’s authorities began to transport to Cairo separate the wreckage from the remote crash site, a length of 13 kilometers, according to the article.
At the same time, the source refused to provide further information. In particular, it is unknown exactly where to store the debris and which ones have already been moved to the Egyptian capital.
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Meanwhile it became known that experts of the National office of transport security of the USA in the near future will go to Sinai Peninsula, to join the investigation into the crash. This was announced Thursday the broadcaster CNN. According to its sources, “management experts are waiting for the signal to go to Egypt.” They received confirmation that the Egyptian side is ready to accept them. It is not specified whether the will in this group the officers of the Federal Bureau of investigation (FBI) of the United States, notes TASS.
On Tuesday, the foreign Minister of Egypt Sameh shoukry said on CNN that Cairo has no objection against the participation of US experts in the investigation, as the American side involved in the production of aircraft engines A321. Shoukry pointed out that the U.S. has the right to include in this group and the FBI, and also can “gain full access to the crash site”.
The A321 aircraft to the Russian airline “Kogalymavia”, flying from Sharm El Sheikh to St Petersburg, crashed on 31 October. On Board were 217 passengers and seven crew members. They all died. The causes of the crash are not officially agree, however, as experts, representatives of authorities of different countries believe that the plane could crash because of an explosion on Board bomb, carried by an attacker.
The Russian President Vladimir Putin on 6 November announced the suspension of air travel in the direction of Egypt. Some European countries have also suspended the flights of its aircraft on the Sinai Peninsula.