Greece on Thursday, 25 may, will give the Egyptian authorities at its disposal data about the flight of the crashed aircraft of the Egyptian airline EgyptAir, reports Reuters, citing a source close to the investigation.
According to him, these will include negotiations of crew with dispatchers, as well as information about the flight of the aircraft over the territory of Greece. “Tomorrow we will send the key data, including radar data and negotiations with the dispatchers,” said the source.
The interlocutor of the Agency, as well as another source in the Ministry of defence stated that the Greek authorities continue to insist that the plane before the disappearance has committed a series of violent maneuvers. At the same time, the Egyptian authorities deny it.
The A320 EgyptAir flying on the route Paris — Cairo, disappeared from radar screens in the night of may 19. Onboard the airplane there were 66 people. Later the wreckage of the missing ship were found off the coast of Greece. The cause of the crash is not yet established.