All victims of air-crash over Germany identified

All victims of the air crash over Germany have been identified, a spokesman for the Ueberlingen police department told a RIA Novosti correspondent on the phone.

Within the next few hours, the corpses will be delivered from Ueberlingen to Friedrichshafen airport where a Russian aircraft is currently standing. The jet will subsequently deliver the bodies to their homeland.

A funeral service will be held in the Ufa city on July 13th. After it, Ufa dwellers will be buried in the Bashkirian capital, other victims will be buried where they lived.

On Monday, July 8th, first identified victims of the air crash were delivered to Ufa. The same day, 27 people were buried on the Southern cemetery in Ufa, another five - in other districts of the republic.

In the late hours of July 2nd, a Russian Tu-154 airliner belonging to the Bashkirian airlines and the DHL's Boeing cargo aircraft crashed at an 11,000-metre altitude over Germany near Bodensee. On-board the Tu-154, there were 12 crewmen and 57 passengers /52 children and 5 adults accompanying them in a vacation/. There were 2 pilots on board the Boeing.