London shares A321 crash data with Moscow

Russia counting on cooperation with all interested states

The UK shared with Russia its intelligence data pertaining to the A321 crash in Sinai, Kremlin press secretary Dmitry Peskov has confirmed.

"We can confirm the transfer of certain data by the British side. Naturally, I cannot tell you what exactly this data is because I do not possess such information," Peskov told reporters on Nov. 9.

"Naturally, we are counting on interaction with all countries that can help investigate this terrible tragedy," Peskov said.

He referred questions about A321 crash theories to detectives.

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