Group of intl experts ready to investigate Boeing crash arrive in Kharkov

A delegation of international experts who have arrived in Ukraine to investigate the crash of the Malaysian plane arrived in Kharkiv on Monday, Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk said.

A delegation of international experts who have arrived in Ukraine to investigate the crash of the Malaysian plane arrived in Kharkov on Monday, Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk said.

"A plane carrying 31 experts, including 23 experts from the Netherlands, two from Germany, two from the U.S., one from the UK, and three Australian embassy officials landed in Kharkov several hours ago. This plane landed several hours ago and they will be trying to get to the crash site. We will try to create a humanitarian corridor for that," Yatsenyuk told a press conference.

At the same time, the region's governor Ihor Baluta told reporters in Kharkiv that there are Interpol and Europol experts among the foreign experts.

Baluta said the experts have been given hotel rooms and offices in which to work.

"We have accommodated them and have provided them with housing and offices in which to work. You should ask the state commission if they will be working here or not. We have done everything for the work by the state commission on the territory of Kharkiv and the Kharkiv region," Baluta said.

 

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