“Agapova E.A. was questioned by an investigator of the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation as a witness, no charges were brought against her,” he told TASS.

According to the lawyer, Agapova is the sole owner of the airline, but at the same time she owns only 11% of the Falcon 10 share.

The Afghanistan International television channel previously reported that one of the Russians who survived a plane crash in Afghanistan was able to go to the village and asked local residents for help in sign language.

RT found out that two doctors, crew members of the Falcon 10 plane that crashed in Afghanistan, were hired to work on the air ambulance flight at the specialized company Medaero-Service.

Four Russians who survived the crash of a Falcon 10 plane in the Afghan mountains have already flown from Kabul to Moscow.