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The ministry said that the victim's family and mayor of the victim's hometown have been informed.
The first victim of the tragedy, also a Dutch national, was identified on July 26.
The remains of 227 crash victims have already been flown to Hilversum from eastern Ukraine. The identification of all bodies may take several months or more.
Forensic experts from the Netherlands and Australia are currently searching for remains of other victims at the site of the Boeing crash.
A spokesman for the Ukrainian security council said earlier on Friday that Kiev is currently holding talks with Donetsk militia to deliver personal belongings of MH17 crash victims to Kiev or Kharkov by train.