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PARIS, November 5 /TASS/. The French authorities will not comment the recent statements made in London and Washington that a terrorist act onboard the crashed A321 plane could bring the Russian aircraft down, French Foreign Ministry’s Spokesman Romen Nadal said on Thursday.
"An investigation is under way. French experts from BEA (the French authority responsible for safety investigations into accidents or incidents in civil aviation) are working at the crash site together with representatives of the Egyptian authorities and experts from various countries," he said.