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MOSCOW, November 18./TAS/. The Kremlin gives no forecast as to when the report of investigators into the crash of the Russian A321 passenger airliner in Egypt will be published, but proceeds from the fact that it was "clearly a terror act," Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters on Wednesday.
He said the investigation was carried out in Russia and in also in Egypt, that is why the Kremlin could not say when exactly the results of investigation would be made public.
"We proceed from the fact that the FSB chief reported to the president that it had been unequivocally a terrorist attack, and all the rest is investigation activity, investigation procedures," he explained.
The plane crash in Sinai on October 20 killed all 224 people on board.