An international commission works now at the crash site of the Russian plane in northern Sinai. Rescuers continue their searches for fragments of the fuselage. Black boxes are being transcribed.<br>The flight Sharm el-Sheikh - St. Petersburg crashed on October, 31, 23 minutes after departure killing 224 people aboard. A citizen of Belarus is among the victims.<br>Tonight the second plane with the remains of the victims will come to St. Petersburg. Russia"s Investigative Committee initiated two criminal cases: violation of safety rules and operation of air transport and rendering services that do not meet safety requirements. A number of airlines have declared termination of flights over the region, where the plane crashed.<br>Meanwhile, Belarusians bring flowers and light candles at the walls of the Russian embassy in Minsk. A book of condolences was opened at the embassy.