There are all reasons to claim that the bodies of all the Russians killed in the July 2nd air crash in Germany will be found, Bashkir Civil Defence and Emergencies Minister Marat Magadeyev quoted the chief of the Baden-Wuerttemberg Land's police as saying at an Ufa session of the intergovernmental commission on the arrangement of funerals of those killed in the air crash in Germany.
Magdeyev reported that "so far 69 bodies can be sent for identification." According to him, the work on the site of the air crash in Germany is strictly organised. "The German side has offered its best laboratories for the bodies to be identified as soon as possible," he stressed.
"One group of relatives was examining the remains, while the other was talking with criminal policemen," Magadayev added.
On Friday search services continued working at the site of the catastrophe.
On the night of July 2nd, a Russian Tu-154 passenger aircraft of Bashkir Airlines collided with a DHL freight Boeing-757 at the height of 11,000 metres near Lake Boden, Germany. There were 12 crew and 57 passengers on board the Tu-154--52 children headed for a vacation and 5 grown-ups accompanying them. Two pilots were on board the Boeing.
Russian President Vladimir Putin said at the meeting of the Valdai Discussion Club that Russia will never initiate military actions, including with the use of nuclear weapons