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Currently, twelve OSCE representatives and also Malaysian experts are working at the plane’s crash site in the Donetsk Region, Bochurkiv said, adding that Australian experts had joined the mission.
The OSCE mission representative said the experts were working in the conditions of relative security and had free access to the crashed plane’s debris.
Bochurkiv said he didn’t know whether Ukrainian specialists were working in the area of the plane’s crash.
The Malaysia Airlines Boeing-777 airliner en route from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur crashed in the area of combat operations between local militias and Ukrainian governmental troops in east Ukraine’s Donetsk region on Thursday, July 17. All 298 people aboard the plane, including 193 Dutch nationals, died in the air crash.