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 Citizens of 9 Countries Were On Board of the Boeing Shot down by Terrorists. Most of Them Were Dutch

According to the latest data, on board of the Boeing-777 aircraft of Malaysia Airlines, flight from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur, shot down by the pro-Russian terrorists of DNR and LNR, there were at least 154 residents of the Netherlands.

This was announced by Executive Director of the Malaysia Airlines Hiub Gorter at a press conference at the Schiphol Airport, Censor.NET reported, citing Ukrinform .
On board of the plane there were also 27 Australians, 23 Malaysians, 11 Indonesians, 4 German, 4 Belgians, and 3 passengers from the Philippines, 1 Canadian and 6 British passengers.
Citizenship of 47 passengers has not been identified yet.

Read also: Piles of Flowers from Grieving Ukrainians in Front of the Dutch Embassy. PHOTOS

As it was reported earlier, on July 17, around 16:20, the Boeing 777 airplane of Malaysia Airlines was lost on radars, while flying from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur as MN17 flight. As it turned out, the airplane crashed near Torez city of the Donetsk region.

Recently, this has been the third attack after the airplanes AN-26 and SU-25 of the Ukrainian army were shot down from the territory of the Russian Federation. The President of Ukraine suggests that the Boeing 777 was also shot down and stresses that the Ukrainian army did not commit any actions to hit the targets in the air.

Listen also: Terrorist Radio Chatter Intercepted: "The Plane was Shot Down from the Checkpoint. Civil Airliner. There is an ID of an Indonesian Student." "Why the F#@k are they Flying Here? There is a War Going on". AUDIO

 
 
 
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