Kiev has asked the Ukrainian airlines to intensify security measures for flights to Egypt
State aviation service of Ukraine was notified by flying to Egypt Ukrainian airlines about the increased precautions, said Tuesday the press service of the Ministry. "on the first day of the week following the meeting of the Council of safety decided to send a state inspector of aviation security to enable checking of the wealth of aviation security at the airport Sharm El-Sheikh ", – notified on the Internet office of the Ministry of transport of Ukraine. "Prepared and sent to the airlines that perform flights to/from the airports of Egypt, telegrams regarding adoption of additional aviation security measures during the operation of air services to/from the airports of Egypt ", – it is reported in the report. The issue of safety in the airports of Egypt was seen yesterday at the meeting of the Council of safety of the state aviation administration. On the last working day of the week the Russian President Vladimir Putin agreed with the recommendations of the Director of the FSB Alexander Bortnikov to stop for a while flights with Egypt to understand the causes of the disaster A321. A decree banning flights to Egypt from Russia was signed by the head of the country on Sunday. In the leadership of the Russian Federation explained that Osinovka flights Russia to Egypt applies to all flights in Cairo. On 5 November great Britain declared the decision to stop for a while flights from Sharm El-Sheikh. Britain also decided to urgently evacuate its citizens from Egypt the resort, it was also decided that the passengers will return to Britain without Luggage will be delivered separately. Following statements by London some countries have Also suspended flights to Sharm El-Sheikh. Egypt called the decision premature London. 31 October in the Sinai Peninsula crashed aircraft A321 for the Russian airline Metrojet ( "Kogalymavia" ). There were 217 passengers and 7 crew members. All of them lost his life. The cause of the crash until not clear.