The French found traces of trotyl on the wreckage of the EgyptAir aircraft
French edition Le Figaro citing a commission to investigate the causes of the crash of the Airbus A320 aircraft of the Egyptian company EgyptAir, following 19 in May from Paris to Cairo, reports that experts found traces of an explosive substance on the liner wreckage - trotyl. At the same time, the newspaper states that the Egyptian side "does not allow" the French investigation team to investigate fragments of the aircraft "more thoroughly".
According to the publication, in Egypt they say about the need to publish a joint report, which would provide accurate data on the presence of explosives on board A320. However, in this case, the French side for some reason refuses to Egypt to work together, intending to submit only its own version of the crash in the report.
From the publication:
The French investigation team gives a polite, but unequivocal refusal.
One very strange fact is noted in the newspaper: a few months after the crash of the airliner, none of the terrorist groups claimed responsibility for the attack if it really was a terrorist attack and if there was an explosive device on board the aircraft.
Recall that the aircraft of the Egyptian airline disappeared from the 19 radar screens in May about half an hour before landing at Cairo International Airport. After some time, fragments of the airliner were discovered off the coast of one of the Greek islands. In addition, flight recorders were raised from under the water. However, there is still no official version of the causes of the catastrophe, the data on the decoding of “black boxes” has not been published either.
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