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The announcement followed the UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon demand. The army will not be engaged in military actions on July 31 except protecting its own positions from attacks.
Malaysia Airlines Boeing-777 heading from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur crashed in the Donetsk Region in eastern Ukraine on July 17 killing all 298 aboard. The overwhelming majority, 195 passengers, were Dutch citizens. The tragedy also claimed lives of 44 Malaysians.
A group of Malaysian experts are now in Kharkiv, the major city in eastern Ukraine. Sixty-eight policemen left Kuala Lumpur for Ukraine on Wednesday to guard the wreckage.