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KHARKIV, July 23. /ITAR-TASS/. Two planes with the Boeing 777 victims’ bodies have departed for the Netherlands from Kharkiv, the State Commission for the Investigation of the Circumstances of the Malaysia Airlines plane crash said on Wednesday.
“The plane left the Donetsk International Airport with forty coffins onboard,” the commission said in its report. A ceremony to pay tribute to the crash victims had been held before the planes’ departure.
All the victims' bodies are expected to be flown to their native countries by July 25.