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 Militants Provided Access for OSCE Observers to the Boeing 777 Crash Site

Today the terrorists provided the OSCE mission with access to the crash site of the Boeing 777 in the Donetsk region.

Michael Bociurkiw, a s pokesperson of the OSCE Special Monitoring Mission to Ukraine told about it on a special briefing in Kyiv, Censor.NET reports, citing UNIAN.

"There have been changes in the composition of the group, we added 2 people from Australia," he said.

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"We inspect the site of the accident, we saw fragments of windows - large debris, we see how the experts can work and inspect the wreckage at the crash site of the Boeing», Michael Bociurkiw added.

On the question whether the terrorists keep observers under control, he said that "we were left to ourselves and we are in relative safety." "Today we have good access to the wreckage of the aircraft," he said. Responding to a question about whether he sees at the crash site of the aircraft official representatives of Ukraine, Bociurkiw said, "No, we do not see them."

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