The Security Council of the Kingdom of the Netherlands is going to publish the preliminary results of the investigation of the causes of the Malaysian Airliner crash in the coming days, Censor.NET reports citing nr2.com.ua.
"The preliminary report will contain a number of facts, based on information from a variety of sources and will allow to pre-set sequence of actions," the organization said in a statement.
Dutch experts used data from the flight recorder, flight and satellite data, as well as information of radar systems in the preparation of the report.
Under the rules of the International Civil Aviation Organization such a report is to be released in 2-4 weeks after the accident, but due to the actions of the terrorists the access to the crash site was impeded, so the document could be prepared just now.
The preliminary report will not contain all the information about the causes of the disaster - it will be disclosed in the final document after experts receive and process all the necessary data.
Novyi Rehion reported that Malaysia would carry out a farewell ceremony tomorrow for the 22 passengers and crewmembers whose remains could be identified.