In the evening of May 2, the remains of seven victims of MH17 disaster arrived in the city of Eindhoven in the Netherlands.
This was reported by Permanent Representative of the Netherlands to the United Nations Karel van Oosterom through his Twitter.
“Remains victims MH17 arrive in Netherlands, official commemoration and welcoming ceremony. We will bring them home,” he said and added the photo of the ceremony.
As of today, all remains of MH17 victims have been found. As NL Times online magazine reports, the representative of the group of international experts Pieter Jaap Aalbersberg said that this search mission over is over. “We did everything possible,” he added.
Boeing 777 of Malaysia Airlines, en route flight from Amsterdam (the Netherlands) to Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia), crashed in eastern Ukraine on July 17, 2014. 298 people were on board, all of them died. Security Service of Ukraine said that the basic version of the crash is that the plane was shot down by a “Buk-M1”missile system out of Donetsk region.
It should be recalled that on April 16 international experts have resumed the search of MH17 voctims’ bodies in Donbas.