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MOSCOW, November 1./TASS/. Planes of the Russian Ministry for Emergency Situations, carrying bodies of passengers and crew of the Airbus A3212 that crashed in Sinai on Saturday will arrive in St. Petersburg late on Sunday or early on Monday, deputy emergencies minister Vladimir Stepanov has said.
"Today, rescuers will continue removing the bodies from the crash scene, and we are planning to airlift them to St. Petersburg immediately after that," he said in a video conference with the deputy governor of St. Petersburg.