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MOSCOW, December 10. /TASS/. Russia will share the information retrieved from the Sukhoi Su-24 flight recorders with its colleagues, Russian Foreign Ministry spokesperson Maria Zakharova said on Thursday.
"The situation with the flight recorders will be clarified in the course of the work of the relevant agencies," the diplomat said. "I can tell you that we will share the relevant information and our estimates with our colleagues, as we did before."
"We have a clear understanding of what has happened," Zakharova noted. "Some additional elements should shed some light."
"The Russian president, Russia’s representatives in international organizations and, of course, the Russian foreign minister were unanimous in the stance we have outlined and communicated this information to our partners by all available means — by disseminating information at the UN Security Council, during talks and within the framework of multilateral formats," Zakharova said. "Of course, we will familiarize our partners with the additional information that will appear."