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After talks in Moscow the Malaysian defense minister will go to Amsterdam where he will also discuss a process of an investigation into the crash of the Malaysian Boeing-777.
On Monday morning the Malaysian defense minister is arriving in Kiev to make sure that the access to the crash site of the Malaysian plane is safe, the newspaper said.
Earlier, Malaysian Minister of Home Affairs Ahmad Zahid Hamidi said it was necessary to begin the work as soon as possible because in a few weeks' time it might be snowing there already, which would considerably hinder search efforts.
The plane belonging tithe Malaysian Airlines company crashed in the Donetsk region when it was performing a flight from Amsterdam to Kuala-Lumpur. All the 298 people on board were killed.