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Dutch, Australian experts fail to get to Boeing crash site for 3rd day

July 29, 2014, 13:41 UTC+3 THE HAGUE
Fierce battles are being waged on their way to the air crash site, the ministry says
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THE HAGUE, July 29. /ITAR-TASS/. Dutch and Australian experts have failed to get to the Malaysian airliner’s crash site from the city of Donetsk already for the third day, the Dutch Ministry of Security and Justice said on Tuesday.

Fierce battles are being waged on their way to the air crash site, the ministry said. Contrary to the reports in the last few days, specialists even do not intend on Tuesday to take attempts to go to the airplane’s crash site around 70 kilometres east of the city of Donetsk.

Experts should search for remains of the air crash victims. In first few days after the tragedy militias controlling the air crash area have found more than 200 bodies which had already been sent for identification to the Netherlands.

The Malaysia Airlines Boeing-777 plane en route from Amsterdam to Kuala-Lumpur crashed in Ukraine’s Donetsk region on July 17 in the area of combat actions between militia and Ukrainian army. All 298 people aboard the plane died in the crash. As many as 194 passengers who make an overwhelming majority of people aboard the airplane were Dutch citizens.

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