Ukraine’s ambassador to Jordan records in Condolences Book for EgyptAir victims
This is a April 2014 image of an EgyptAir Airbus A320 with the registration SU-GCC taking off from Istanbul Atatürk Airport, Turkey. Egyptian aviation officials said on Thursday May 19, 2016 that an EgyptAir flight MS804 with the registration SU-GCC, travelling from Paris to Cairo with 66 passengers and crew on board has crashed. The officials say the search is now underway for the debris. (AP Photo/ Ahmet Akin Diler)

CAIRO: Ukrainian ambassador to Jordan Sergiy Pasko has visited the Egyptian embassy in Amman, making a record in the Book of Condolences opened over the death of 66 passengers and crew of Egypt air plane that crashed into the Mediterranean May 19.

The Head of Ukrainian diplomatic mission also expressed deep condolences to the Ambassador of Egyptian Embassy H.E. Mr. Khaled Sarwat and to the families of the victims of the crash,” the Ukraine embassy said in a statement Monday.

On May 19, EgyptAir flight MS804, en route from France to Cairo, crashed into the Mediterranean north of Alexandria with 66 people on board.

Egypt, in cooperation with France, Greece, Cyprus and Italy conducted surveys and combed the area into which the plane crashed to find out remains of the victims and the two black boxes to know the reasons of the plane crash.

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