Flight MH17 tragedy: Forensic experts from the Netherlands arrived in Donetsk while 272 dead bodies recovered from crash
Monitoring Desk, Donetsk, Eastern Ukraine: Forensic experts from the Netherlands have arrived in Donetsk while 272 dead bodies have been recovered from crash site so far. Flight MH17 of Malaysia Airlines en route from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur was blown/ crashed Torez city of Donetsk area of Eastern Ukrainian where separatists are fighting against Ukrainian forces. There were 283 passengers and 15 crew members on board flight MH17.
An agreements have been made between the OSCE and the leader of the separatists forces to give full access of crash site to international experts, journalists and those who will assign by international organisations including UN components.
Meanwhile, a second refrigerator train has arrived in Torez to transport dead bodies and Ukrainian prime minister said that Ukraine is ready to transport the dead bodies to Amsterdam.
Meanwhile diplomatic battle is becoming hot and Russia has introduced its own draft resolution to the UN Security Council calling for an impartial investigation of Malaysia Airlines MH17 crash in Ukraine.
Dutch Foreign Minister Frans Timmermans left a message on his facebook that can be read (translated) here:
Gathering international support for taking and ensuring that dead bodies of our people are treated with respect and can come home soon. That’s my first and most important duty. In addition, we strive to ensure that the world community supports a full, independent international inquiry, so that we can determine what exactly happened and those responsible be held to account. Earlier today I called John Kerry and my new British colleague Hammond. They are both right behind Netherlands. We will not rest until justice is done