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 Terrorists Do Not Let out Train Containing Boeing-777 Passengers’ Belongings

The train, which is to deliver Malaysian Boeing deceased passengers’s belongings to Kharkiv detained by the terrorists in Tores.

Chairman of the State Emergency Service of Ukraine Serhii Bochkovskii reports this, Censor.NET informs citing Ukrinform.

Head of Mission of the Netherlands in Ukraine Jan Tuinder said in his turn that the search operation would be continued.

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According to him, the mission expects reinforcements of 40 Dutch commandos at the moment who will accompany it on the territories nominally controlled by the insurgents.

Tuinder also assured that the mission would do everything possible to find all the remains of the deceased and bring them home.

There were 298 people on board the Boeing, which fell in Donbas. There were 193 citizens of the Netherlands among them.

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According to the State Emergency Service of Ukraine the experts worked out 278 packages with the bodies and prepared 227 containers for departure. 188 of them have already been delivered to the Netherlands and the rest will be sent on Saturday morning.

 
 
 
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