A possibility of faster
beginning of the second round of the investigation process on the site of a crash
of Boeing 777-200 was discussed at a joint meeting of representatives of the
Netherlands, Australia, Malaysia, Ukraine and the OSCE. The meeting was
attended by, in particular, the ambassadors of the Netherlands, Australia,
Malaysia and the Chairman of the OSCE Special Monitoring Mission in Ukraine.
All the parties demonstrated willingness to prolong the effective
cooperation, so that, taking advantage of the ceasefire regime, to start as soon as possible the second stage of the investigation and to complete it before
The Netherlands party
informed that the experts have 283 unique DNA profiles of the dead passengers,
at that 193 persons were identified by now.
"We are all
pressed by the comprehension that there, at the crash site, stay the bodies of
the innocent people. This is the main thing that motivates us today,"
stressed during the meeting the Vice Prime Minister of Ukraine Volodymyr Groysman, Chairman of the State Commission for the Investigation
of the Crash of Boeing 777-200 "Malaysian Airlines", who, like during the first stage
of the investigation, coordinates the work of an international expert team in
He thanked the
Ambassador of the Netherlands for the released yesterday by the Dutch Safety Council preliminary
report and reiterated that Ukraine considers it an objective account.