no hypothesis can be ruled out about reasons behind egyptair plane crash
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President Abdel Fattah El Sisi

No hypothesis can be ruled out about reasons behind EgyptAir plane crash

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President Abdel Fattah El Sisi
Damietta - Arab Today

President Abdel Fattah El Sisi stressed on Sunday that no hypothesis can be ruled out so far about what caused EgyptAir plane to crash in the Mediterranean on Thursday while on way from Paris to Cairo.

Addressing the inauguration of the expansion of MOPCO fertilizer factory in Damietta, Sisi expressed condolences to the families of the victims of EgyptAir Flight 804 that crashed in the Mediterranean Sea.

He asked the gathering to observe a moment of silence in mourning of the victims.

"The way the State institutions handled the plane incident from the very beginning was good. Air and Naval units were sent to the area where the plane was believed to have crashed to look for it and save whatever could be saved. And search is still going on," Sisi said.

The place where the plane was thought to have crashed is located 290km off Alexandria, he said. A crisis center was set up and the prime minister together with the aviation minister, who cut short his visit to Saudi Arabia, were available at the center from the beginning.

The crisis was being handled in a very good way, he added.

EgyptAir plane vanished from radar at dawn Thursday while en route from Paris to Cairo. 

Some 56 passengers along with 10 crew members were on board the Airbus A320.

Radar lost contact with the flight at 2:45 Cairo local time while at an altitude of 37,000 feet.

Later on, Egyptian military found some debris of the plane north of Alexandria and search is still going on for the the black boxes to find causes of the crash.
Also, President Abdel Fattah El Sisi asserted the Petroleum Ministry has provided a submarine that could reach 3,000 meters under water in an attempt to find the two black boxes of EgyptAir plane that crashed deep in the Mediterranean waters.

Sisi thanked Egypt's Armed Forces, the search and rescue center and the naval forces for their role in recovering the plane's debris and body parts of the victims.

Furthermore, he voiced his appreciation of all countries that dispatched search aircraft or naval units to help Egypt's army personnel to locate the plane's crash site.

The Egyptian leader thanked those countries for all efforts and swift action to support search and rescue efforts of the Egyptian plane that crashed in the Mediterranean Sea.

Egypt's Public Prosecution has launched an investigation in collaboration with the French government to find out the circumstances that led to the plane crash, Sisi said, adding that investigation into the incident may take time.

The people will be informed as soon as the results of the investigations are out, Sisi underlined.

He warned of jumping into conclusions and confirming any hypothesis at this phase.

Sisi called on all the bodies concerned to offer information to mass media to update the Egyptian people on the latest developments in the incident.
Delivering a speech during the inauguration of the expansion of MOPCO fertilizer factory in Damietta, President Sisi said the factory's production capacity will double.

This will contribute to providing more fertilizers to the domestic market and farmers as well as the external market.

He thanked those involved in the expansion project of MOPCO fertilizer factory, notably the Petroleum Ministry and the other ministries concerned.

Sisi pointed out that other projects will be inaugurated over the coming period, describing what is happening in Egypt as good.

Despite all pressures and attempts to halt Egypt's development march, Egyptians show that they are willing to overcome those pressures to achieve success, the Egyptian leader underlined. 

He reassured residents of Damietta governorate by saying that the Furniture city will be opened in June 2017. 

All medical requisites of Damietta military hospital will be available by the end of June, Sisi said.

Projects of Damietta military hospital, Mansoura and Talkha bridges as well as Gamasa housing units will be opened in June, Sisi added.

Source: MENA

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