Families of Airbus A321 crash victims seek prompt investigation of tragedy
MOSCOW, December 10 (RAPSI) – Relatives of people who dead in the Airbus A321 plane crash in Egypt have lodged a complaint with the Basmanny District Court of Moscow seeking early investigation into the case, their lawyer Igor Trunov told RAPSI on Thursday.
According to the attorney, “it is absolutely unclear who and when will bear responsibility for the people’s death”.
As of today, nobody knows what’s going on with the case, under which articles it is being investigated and whether investigators have already returned from Egypt, Trunov said.
The victims’ families initially filed a request to Investigative Committee Chairman Alexander Bastrykin. As Bastrykin did not reply for the request, they turned to court, the lawyer added.
The biggest disaster in the history of Russian and Soviet aviation happened on October 31: Airbus A321 airliner of “Kogalymavia airlines, which was flying from Sharm el Sheikh to St. Petersburg crashed in the Sinai. All 224 people on board including seven crew members died in the crash.