According to the report of the Ministry of Civil Aviation of Egypt, which investigated the crash of the Russian Airbus A321 on the Sinai Peninsula, no evidence of terrorism was not detected, Joinfo.ua reports with reference to Vesti.ru.
It should be recalled that Airbus A321 of Russian Kogalymavia airline, flight 9268, which was going from Sharm El-Sheikh to St Petersburg, crashed in Egypt early morning on October 31, killing 217 passengers (including 24 children) and 7 crew members. The plane crashed 30 minutes after take off from Sharm El-Sheikh in mountainous site of Sinai peninsula.
Russian FSB believes that Airbus A321 crashed on the Sinai Peninsula in Egypt because of the terrorist attack.
“According to our experts, during the flight an improvised bomb exploded on board of an aircraft, which capacity was equivalent of up to 1 kg of TNT, resulting in “a falling apart” of the aircraft in the air, which explains the spread of the parts of the fuselage of the aircraft at a distance”, – said the head of the Russian Federal Security Service.
He explained that the experts studied personal belongings, baggage and wrackage of the plane.
Putin said that the terrorists who staged the explosion will be found. “We will look for them everywhere, wherever they are hiding,” – Putin promised.
FSB has also announced a reward for information about those involved in the terrorist attack.
“For any information, which will help to detain the terrorists, we will pay a reward of US $50 million”, – the statement said.