EU ambassadors to Cairo meet in foreign ministry over crashed Russian plane
Russian plane crash in Central Sinai
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CAIRO: Officials from Egypt’s Foreign Ministry will meet with ambassadors of European Union member states to Egypt Wednesday afternoon to discuss the repercussions of the ill-fated Russian airliner, Youm7 reported.

The meeting is to clarify Egypt’s stance, the “need not to jump to conclusions ahead of the results of the ongoing investigation to clarify the circumstances of the Russian plane crash,” as well as the negative economic impacts resulting from the decisions of some European countries to suspend flights to Sharm al-Sheikh, the ministry said in a statement.

A flight suspension by at least seven European countries to Sharm el-Sheikh followed the plane crash, which killed all 224 passengers and crew aboard. The move is causing a heavy blow to Egypt’s tourism industry.

“The investigation results of the crashed Russian plane will be announced with transparency,” President Abdel Fatah al Sisi said during his visit to the UK last week.

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  1. john
    November 11, 2015 at 6:17 pm

    well, egypt finally get what it deserve! now whining and inviting the EU to “proof” how poor egypt is, but if the embassys what there citizen back, tortured and falsly convicted by this joke courts, than the get no response! so deal with it! u get what u asked for!

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