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KIEV, July 20, /ITAR-TASS/. Kiev’s authorities cannot guarantee security to foreign experts who will work at the a Malaysian Boeing-777 crash site in eastern Ukraine, parliament-appointed Deputy Prime Minister Vladimir Groaisman told a briefing on Sunday.
“We cannot offer official security guarantees on the territory controlled by rebels,” he said, adding that the Ukrainian authorities were ready to help experts reach the crash site.
Thus, Ukrainian President Pyotr Poroshenko promised to offer a plane which would take the experts to the nearest safe place in the country’s eastern regions but they will have to reach the crash site on their own, he stressed.