This was stated by Deputy Prime Minister Volodymyr Groisman, Censor.NET reports with reference to Interfax-Ukraine.
"The President has authorized our contact group to fly to Minsk tomorrow and conduct consultations to ensure that our requirements are met. We want the OSCE monitoring to be done to see that the Ukrainian army conducts no conter actions at the crash site," he said at a briefing in Kyiv on Wednesday.
"Tomorrow Ukraine, through its representatives in the contact group will present serious demands on access to the territory of the crash by international experts. You will be notified later as to the composition of the delegation," Groisman said.
Groisman noted that the President of Ukraine demands that on Thursday access of international experts to the crash site will be allowed.
Groisman expressed regret that the international experts cannot get to the crash site and that there is no possibility to take the remains of the victims.
"They are preventing us from getting there," he said.
"We need the militants and terrorists to not interfere with doing it. Period. And no more demands. Twice the mission went there. Twice it was stopped and we understand that their pretend to have a shooting, saying that it is necessary to return," the Deputy Prime Minister said.
He also stated that on Wednesday it was decided to place an HQ in the vicinity of the crash site where they can accommodate international experts.