On Wednesday experts plan to make public the final results of deciphering the flight records of the Tu-154 of the Bashkirian Airlines and the DHL cargo Boeing-757. The State Civil Aviation Service of the Russian Transport Ministry confirmed the information to RIA Novosti on Tuesday. A spokesman for the service stated that the German department for air accidents had completed the work to decipher the flight records.
RIA Novosti's interlocutor added that the German and Swiss authorities are looking into the actions of the Swiss air traffic controller who guided the two aircraft on the night of July 2nd.
According to the preliminary conclusions, it was the incorrect guidance by the Swiss air controller whose name is kept secret by the country's authorities that caused the collision of the two planes at the height of almost 11,000 metres killing 71 people.
According to RIA Novosti's source, the investigation into the air traffic controller's actions will be accomplished within a week.
On Friday the bodies of 28 victims of the air crash will be delivered to Ufa, capital of Bashkiria. On Monday, July 8th, 33 victims of the air crash who have been identified in Germany were buried in the capital of Bashkiria.
Russia's Ambassador to Belarus, Mikhail Babich, said that Moscow would treat any military intervention in the affairs of Belarus as an attack on Russia