Submarine has joined the search for the black box in the Mediterranean sea in order to find out what caused the collapse of the liner company EgyptAir.
The plane disappeared from radar last week during a flight from Paris to Cairo. Rescuers found in the sea, wreckage, personal belongings of passengers, life jackets, chairs and even body parts. But in order to get the flight recorder that could explain the cause of the crash, will have to work hard.
Egyptian President Al-Sisi announced the deployment of the submarine on Sunday. It can reach a depth of 3,000 meters (about 9,800 feet), according to Egyptian TV. Media urged not to jump to conclusions about the reasons for the collapse of the liner, on Board of which there were 66.
"In such cases, we should wait until we base our judgment on facts," said the Sheriff. "We are unable at this stage to come up with any conclusion." The Minister of foreign Affairs of France Jean-Marc Ayrault said the families of passengers on Saturday that "no theory" was not excluded. No terrorist group has claimed responsibility for the tragedy.
On Board were 15 French nationals, including an infant, and passengers from Iraq, great Britain, Belgium, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Chad, Portugal, Canada and Algeria.
At some point the plane deviated by 90 degrees to the left and then made a 360-degree turn to the right before diving into the water and disappeared from radar, said the Greek official. French aviation officials said on Saturday that the plane sent automatic messages about smoke in the front of the plane immediately before the crash.
The airline said that it will take time to recover body parts and conduct DNA tests. Debris and parts of the body will be taken to a military base, and then sent to Cairo international airport.
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