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 MH17 tragedy: Aviation experts from seven countries meeting in Netherlands

Aviation experts from Ukraine, Malaysia, Australia, the USA, Great Britain and Russia met in the Netherlands to discuss progress in the Malaysian Boeing catastrophe investigation.

As reported by Censor.NET citing Ukrinform, this was announced today by the Dutch Safety Board.

"This morning, a team of international aviation experts investigating the cause of the MH17 accident embarked on a continuous meeting. Under the leadership of the Dutch Safety Board the group will discuss the investigation progress and visit Gilze-Rijen Air Base to inspect reconstruction of the downed aircraft," the statement reads.

As reported, the group is composed of experts from the Netherlands, Ukraine, Malaysia, Australia, US, UK and Russia. The meeting is held in accordance with ІKAO procedures.

Earlier, the Deputy Prime Minister - Minister of Regional Development, Construction and Housing and Communal Services of Ukraine Hennadii Zubko said the meeting would also consider catastrophe's technical report.

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As reported earlier, in June, the Dutch Safety Board, investigating the circumstances of the MH17 tragedy, provided all concerned countries with a draft final report on the cause of the disaster. The countries had 60 days to submit comments. The council has to consider the comments and prepare a final report, which is to be released in the first half of October this year.

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