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DNR officials handed over the plane’s flight data recorders to Malaysian experts on the night from Monday to Tuesday. The transfer of the recorders was officially registered in a document signed by DNR acting prosecutor general Alexander Yakubovsky and Colonel Mohamed Sakri of the Malaysian National Security.
“The document clearly and unequivocally says that the receiving side undertakes to carry out all expert work to examine the transferred technical equipment in the presence of ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organisation) official representatives for further joint examination. Naturally, we have no and can have no concrete geographical requirements, but no matter in which part of the planet experts work with the objects handed over to the Malaysian side, this work must be conducted by ICAO specialists only, not separately by government experts of any state,” Rodkin said.