The Egyptian Organization of Human Rights pays its condolences to the victims Of the Russian Plane Crash

October 31st, 2015 by Editor

The Egyptian Organization of Human Rights pays its condolences to the victims Of the Russian Plane Crash 

The Egyptian Organization of Human Rights pays its sincere condolences to the families of the victims of the Russian plane, which crashed on Egyptian territory, Sinai. We pray for mercy upon their souls and wish their families’ patience and fortitude.

 

The Russian plane, A321, was owned by Collymavia airlines . The aircraft took off from Sharm el-Sheikh on the way to Saint-Petersburg holding 214 passengers on board, of both Russian and Ukrainian nationalities, as well as seven crew members. The number of victims post the plane crash amounted to 138 women and 17 children.

Rescue teams have found the wreckage of the plane, about 50 kilometers south of El-Arish city.

In this regard, the Egyptian Organization of Human Rights expresses its sadness and offers its deep consolation to the victims’ families and prays for Almighty God to aspire them with strength and patience.

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