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Netherlands expect search works resume at Boeing MH17 crash site
11:29, 17 February 2017
Netherlands expect search works resume at Boeing MH17 crash site

Searching of bodies and personal belongings is planned to start in spring

11:29, 17 February 2017

Reuters

Netherlands are waiting for the resume of search works at the site of Boeing MH17 crash in Donbas to find the remains of bodies. This was stated in the letter from Netherlands’ Minister of Justice Stef Blok to the parliamentarians, reports DW.

“Our contact persons in the region reported that they would resume the search of bodies of the deceased in spring, as soon as snow melts away,” Blok said.

Related: How Russia is trying to revise results of MH17 crash investigation?

At the same time, Blok denies the statements of media that “there are a lot of other things that could be found” in Donbas.

Earlier it was reported that Bellingcat identified Russian GRU officer linked to the downing of MH17. Bellingcat concludes that Sergey Dubinsky was involved in the transport of the Buk missile launcher that downed MH17.

Related: MH17 case investigators can't decrypt Russian images from the radar

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