A group of experts from Russia arrived in the province of Kahramanmaras in southeastern Turkey to inspect the crash site of the Be-200 amphibious aircraft of the Russian Ministry of Defense.
According to the information received, the Russian delegation, including the brigadier general, met with the governor of Kahramanmarash, Omer Faruk Joshkun.
The meeting took place behind closed doors and lasted about an hour.
The Be-200 amphibious aircraft of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation crashed on August 14 during the landing approach, there were eight people on board – five Russian servicemen and three representatives of Turkey, who pointed out the fires to the crew – all died.
The aircraft was leased from Russia by the Turkish General Forestry Authority and used on the balance sheet of the Adana Regional Forestry Authority.
He was involved in extinguishing fires that erupted in the Onikishubat area of Kahramanmarash after a lightning strike.
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