The police have interviewed 137 people who said they were relatives of the passengers who died in the air crash in Egypt on Saturday, the press service of St.Petersburg Vice-Governor Igor Albin reported on Sunday citing a statement by acting head of the Northwest Investigative Department Viktor Belostotsky.
"To date, 137 relatives have been interviewed. All necessary investigative work has been conducted. They are recognized as affected persons. This work is in progress," the press service quoted him as saying.
The emergency response center expects that relatives will continue to arrive on November 1.