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UNITED NATIONS, November 9. /TASS/. The United Kingdom cannot share with its partners all reconnaissance data on the crash of a Russian passenger jet in northern Sinai in Egypt that prompted the country’s authorities to suspend flights to Sharm el-Sheikh, British Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs Philip Hammond said on Monday.
He said Britain had shared everything it could and could not provide any further details due to obvious reasons.