Malaysian CSU will resume operation at the crash site of the Boeing 777 that crashed in Eastern Ukraine in 2014, said chief inspector Malaysian police Khalid Abu Bakar.
according to Abu Bakar, CSU unit of seven people will work together with colleagues from the Netherlands." As we all know, Malaysia is included into the Joint team of investigators (JIT), so that Prime Minister Najib Razak has ordered me to send the team ", - quotes the magazine New Straits Times, the message of the messenger to the police.
"The team will arrive on the first day of the weekend, it is expected that they will go to the disaster area on Tuesday 14 April," added Abu Bakar. According to his statement, CSU will focus on searching for the wreckage, evidence and remains.
Passenger Boeing 777 Malaysian airlines Malaysia Airlines (from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur, crashed on July 17 last year in the Donetsk region. In the cabin there were 298 people, among them 192 Dutch citizens, all of them lost their lives. In the preliminary report on the inquiry says that the plane broke up in flight due to structural damage caused by external impact of multiple high-energy objects ", but the source of these objects install failed.