Church of the Dutch city of Hilversum, where there was a memorial service for those killed in the result of the crash of flight MH17, was decorated with sunflowers, which were grown from taken from the wreck of seeds, informs British the print edition.
Flight MH17 from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur crashed 17 July 2014 in the Donetsk region of Ukraine. In the cabin of the ship were 298 people, They all died. At the end of may, international experts have completed a search mission at the crash site of the aircraft. The collected debris, the remains of the passengers and their personal belongings were sent to the Netherlands. The final report of the security Council of the Netherlands for reasons of the catastrophe is expected to be placed in the first part of October 2015.
According to the magazine, the cabin of the crashed plane were fifteen Dutch population of the city, the population of which amounts to 85 thousand people." Sunflowers bring us back to the crash site, which was dotted with sunflowers. They comfort us and They give Seeds for the future", the magazine quoted the words of the priest Julius Jasmina (Julius Dresme), who led the ceremony. According to the cleric, the victims of the tragedy will continue to live in the flowers of sunflowers that grow close to Church of St. Vitus, which is located in the city center.
Sunflower seeds were transferred to the Pope one of the victims is a journalist working at the crash site. Some seeds carried into the Church, others planted in the Botanical garden of Hilversum. According to the chief gardener of the city of Hans Rune, on the last working day of the week, grown from seed flowers were obliged to decorate the Church. They were later distributed to the families of the victims." Now in Holland will always be Seeds from Ukraine, " said Rune.