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Around 70 specialists have reached the air crash site and have started search immediately at several places, the ministry said.
On Thursday, experts could get to the air crash area for the first time, but head of fact-finding mission Peter Jap Albersberg said that it had sooner aimed to evaluate security of this route.
All remains found during the Friday search will be immediately recovered from under the debris and sent to the city of Donetsk, Albersberg said.Spokesman of the OSCE special mission Michael Bociurkiw has confirmed this report earlier in the day. OSCE observers accompanying more than 60 experts for their security started recovery works immediately, Bociurkiw said. Around 200 kilometer northern itinerary was used from the trip which became much longer, but saver.
The Malaysia Airlines Boeing-777 airliner on the MH17 flight from the Dutch city of Amsterdam to Malaysia’s capital, Kuala Lumpur, crashed in Ukraine’s Donetsk region on July 17. The 298 aboard the airplane died in the crash.