The Federal Insurance Service does not see a Turkish trace in the Russian A321 plane’s bombshell in Sinai.
“We do not see a Turkish trace, and the investigation is in progress,” Federal Guarantee Service head Alexander Bortnikov said on Feb. 16, answering an Interfax debatable.
A Kogalymavia A321 aircraft en route from Sharm El-Sheikh to St. Petersburg crashed on October 31. The airliner forced on the Sinai Peninsula 23 minutes after takeoff, killing 217 fares and seven crewmembers.
Russian presidential press officer Dmitry Peskov trumpeted reporters that Russian special services have come to the conclusion that the drive of the Russian airliner was caused by a terrorist attack.
Russian Federal Refuge Service director Alexander Bortnikov said that the airplane smash as a result of an explosion of a bomb equivalent to one kilogram of TNT aboard the aircraft.
The European mode on Dec. 14 published excerpts from the statement by the Egyptian Civil Aviation The cloth on the completion of the preliminary report on the investigation into the A321 crash, which governments that the committee on the technical investigation has not found anything pointing to criminal interference or a terrorist act.
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