5 days have passed since the disappearance of the liner company EgyptAir in the Mediterranean sea with 66 passengers on Board, and it only gets more questions.
Authorities recovered some personal items, life jackets, aircraft seats and body parts, but most of the wreckage is still not found. Rescuers continue to search for onboard speech recorders of the plane.
Initially, the Greek defence Minister Kammenos said that when entering the Egyptian airspace, the aircraft deviated "90 degrees to the left and then 360 degrees" before diving into the water.
The representative of the organization, dedicated to the families of French passengers reported that the relatives are not sure they can trust the Egyptian investigation and require more active participation on the part of France. "We need the French government in the diplomatic game, to exert diplomatic pressure and in the process of search and identification of bodies," said Stefan Hickel, Secretary General French national Federation of victims of disasters. "We wish the police could go and work with the Egyptian authorities.
On Sunday, Egypt has sent a submarine to look for the data plane, the so-called black boxes. France sent remotely piloted submarine of your own to help with the search.
The search may take a few days or weeks, experts warn. The wreckage and body parts are sent to a military base and then to Cairo international airport. EgyptAir has asked families to provide as much information as possible to identify the parts of the body.
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