SCRIPT Russia and Egypt «agreed to resume air traffic» by February 2018, stated Egyptian Civil Aviation Minister Sherif Fathy during an interview with RT Arabic in Moscow, Friday. He commented on the resumption of flight connections between Moscow and Cairo, stating that the countries are determined to develop a road map on resuming flights between the two cities. Also he spoke on the... Еще improvement of Egyptian airport security, saying «we took advantage of the situation to review our approaches to ensure aviation security in Egyptian airports.» On Friday, December 15, Russia and Egypt signed a protocol on cooperation in civil aviation security, meaning the resumption of flights between Moscow and Cairo, after a two-year break. Russia stopped flights to Egypt in the fall of 2015, after the Russian airline Kogalymavia plane crashed in Sinai as a result of a militant attack. The plane was flying from Sharm El Sheikh to St. Petersburg, with 217 Russian tourists and seven crew members on board.