The Netherlands expect from Ukraine’s new search works on a place of falling MH17

The Netherlands expect from Ukraine’s new search works on a place of falling MH17


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The Boeing 777 Malaysia Airlines flying from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur was shot down on 17 July 2014 in Donetsk region.

The Ukrainian side in the spring must restore a search operation for the detection of human remains at the crash site of flight MH17 in the Donbas.

About these expectations of the Netherlands from Kiev, on Thursday, February 16, said the Minister of justice Stef Blok, the Ukrainska Pravda reported with reference to DW.

“Our contact person in the region reported that it will resume the search for bodies and personal belongings in the spring, once the snow melts”, – stated in the letter Block to the parliamentarians.

In this case, the Block denies press statement, that in the Donbas, “there’s a lot more to find.”

As you know, in January 2017, the Dutch journalist was found in the Donbas a bone fragment of one of the victims of the tragedy .

The members of the families of the victims said they would seek new search works.

“We don’t want any human remains are left abandoned,” – said then Evert van Zijtveld, the head of the Fund of the victims of MH17.

Recall, February 15 an international team of investigators Bellingcat published a report which States that the carriage of the installation “Buk”, from which presumably the plane was shot down flight MH17, was carried out by a retired Russian major-General Sergey Dubinsky.

Killed 298 people aboard. The passengers of the flight were citizens of 10 countries. Most of the victims (196 people) are citizens of the Netherlands.

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