Russian rescuers found at the crash site of the passenger airliner the Airbus A321 in Egypt 12 large parts of the fuselage of the aircraft. This was said in the EMERCOM of Russia, reports RIA Novosti.
Work in the area of the side resumed in the morning on Monday, November 2. They must be finished before 23:00 Moscow time, said the head EMERCOM of Russia Vladimir Puchkov, reports TASS.
"06:30 84 people in vehicles with high cross started to work. Now 12 found parts of the fuselage and personal belongings. Working on the issue of sending to Cairo of personal belongings and objects", - said the head of the Ministry.
Earlier in the MOE said that the 2 Board with the bodies of those killed in the crash may be sent to St. Petersburg on the evening of 2 November. The 1st plane with the remains of victims landed at Pulkovo in the morning on mon. In Petersburg delivered 140 bodies they are transferred to the Bureau of forensic medical examination and prepare for the identification parade, which will begin around 11:00 GMT.
On the 1st day of work in the Sinai Peninsula, November 1, MOE staff identified a large fragment of the middle part of the fuselage wreckage. The search operation is carried out on an area of 20 square km At the crash site of the liner are over 100 experts from unit "Centrospas" center "Leader", camped in the disaster area.
Airbus A321 "Kogalymavia" took off from Sharm El Sheikh to St. Petersburg in 06:51 GMT. 07:14 he came in touch with Larnaca (Cyprus), the label disappeared from the radar screens. The liner collapsed in the North of the Sinai Peninsula. On Board were 217 passengers (including 214 of Russian citizens, including 25 children) and 7 crew members. They all died.