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CAIRO, November 3. /TASS/. Checks are in progress at the airport of
Sharm el-Sheikh of the fuel pumped into the tanks of the Russian
passenger jet that crashed over the Sinai Peninsula on October 31, a
spokesman for Misr Petroleum, one of Egypt’s largest oil corporations,
told TASS on Tuesday.
"The Misr Petroleum tank truck, which brought the kerosene to the
plane, is currently at the airport, it is sealed," the spokesman said.
"Experts from BP (British Petroleum) will take samples of aviation fuel
to determine its quality and check it for the presence of likely
According to him, representative of the company that provided food
for the passengers and crew members are being interrogated. "Now a
driver and employees who brought meals for the passengers of flight 9268
(Sharm el-Sheikh — St.Petersburg) in the morning on October 31 are
being interrogated," he said.