French prosecutor to meet relatives of victims of Germanwings crash in Alps that killed 150

A French prosecutor will meet with relatives of victims of the Germanwings crash to discuss his investigation and efforts to reduce administrative delays in handing over the victims' remains to the grieving families.

The office of Marseille prosecutor Brice Robin says the meeting will take place June 11 in France's Foreign Ministry in Paris.

Robin told The Associated Press late Thursday that he is now receiving information from authorities abroad as he builds his investigation file, but for now "I have decided to prioritize the victims' families."

The March 24 crash of Germanwings flight 9525 in the French Alps killed all 150 people on board. Prosecutors in France and Germany believe co-pilot Andreas Lubitz intentionally crashed the Airbus 320.

Prosecutors say Lubitz had been hiding psychological problems from his employer.