A small group of Dutch experts on the first day of the week collected human remains and personal belongings of the passengers of flight MH17, in July 2014 crash victim in the East of Ukraine, says the Internet office of the Ministry of defense of the Netherlands.
According to the report, the team visited the village Hornbeam close to Shakhtersk, where the remains of the wreckage of the Boeing. They say that they were accompanied by OSCE observers and local rescuers.
assistants are expected to continue the investigation of the remains and baggage passengers in nearby villages, if after a few days in this area will remain appropriate security conditions.
States that found in the first day of the week, the remains will be taken to the military base under the Dutch city of Eindhoven in the first day of the weekend.
The Prime Minister of the Netherlands mark Rutte on January 23, said that the results of the investigation of the disaster Malaysian airliner Boeing 777 in the East of Ukraine will be ready in the 2nd part of 2015. At the end of January, it was announced that the families of the victims of flight MH17 in the East of Ukraine will be able to visit the Netherlands air force " HELSE-Rain ", where the wreckage of the aircraft, in early March.
To date, identified the body of 295 passengers of the crashed airliner. In the process of identification of victims involved a group of 200 international experts, their work focuses on a military base close to the city hilversum approximately 30 kilometers from the capital of the Netherlands is Amsterdam.
Passenger Boeing 777 Malaysian airline Malaysia Airlines (Amsterdam - Kuala Lumpur) crashed on July 17 last year in the Donetsk region. In the cabin there were 298 people, and among them, 192 subjects of the Netherlands, all lost their lives. Kiev has been charged in the crash militias, but they told that they do not have the tools that would allow to shoot down aircraft at this altitude.