GORKI (Russia) (Sputnik) — Russia may send another expert team on flight security to Egypt after Cairo responds to the Moscow's latest inquiry, Federal Air Transport Agency Rosaviatsia Head Alexander Neradko said Friday.
"We have formalized our remarks, sent the Egyptian side, but we can not rush them because it is their responsibility, it is their territory, it is their obligation," Neradko told reporters.
The Rosaviatsia head added that Moscow plans to send another expert team to the country "but only after we get a formal report from the Egyptian side."
Neradko refused to make any projections on the terms of resuming flights between the two countries.
Russia, along with several other countries, including the United Kingdom, suspended flights to Egypt over safety concerns after an Airbus A321 crashed en route from Sharm el-Sheikh to St. Petersburg, killing all 224 people on board after an explosive device detonation.