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MOSCOW, November 2 /TASS/. Experts of the Airbus company that designed the doomed A321 plane, which crashed over the Sinai Peninsula early on October 31, have arrived at the crash site in Egypt, Alexander Agafonov, director of the Russian Emergencies Ministry fire-fighting deparment and the head of the ministry’s operational group, told TASS by telephone.
"Two groups of French and Egyptian investigators and experts have arrived at the airliner’s crash site. The Airbus experts will examine the crash scene and record what they are going to see," Agafonov said.