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MOSCOW, November 1./TASS/. Rescuers of the Russian Ministry for Emergency Situations are heading from Cairo to the site in Sinai where an Airbus A-321 of Kogalymavia airlines crashed on Saturday, the ministry’s press service reports.
More than 80 rescuers arrived in Cairo from Russia overnight to Sunday, bringing all necessary hardware and equipment for autonomous work.
They will join the search operation within the next few hours, the press service said. A crisis center and a mobile camp with all necessary equipment will be deployed at the site.