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MOSCOW, January 28. /TASS/. The Kremlin has declined to comment on media reports on identification of terrorists allegedly responsible for the crash of the Russian A321 jet in the sky over Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula by Russian and Egyptian intelligence services.
"There is nothing I can tell you now. You should probably ask the intelligence services about that," Russian presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters.
Commenting on the possibility of resuming flights between Russia and Egypt, the Kremlin spokesman said that "work was underway by our respective representatives and their Egyptian counterparts." "Since the very beginning when flights were suspended, it was said that they had been suspended until the necessary security conditions would be created for our citizens. The work to achieve this is in progress," Peskov said.
Earlier on Thursday, some media reports claimed that intelligence services officers had established the identities of several terrorists involved in preparing the terrorist attack aboard the plane, including the perpetrator of the crime who smuggled explosives aboard the aircraft.