Personal belongings of MH17 flight passengers brought to Kharkov

Personal belongings of passengers of the Malaysia Airlines MH17 flight found on the crash scene in the Donetsk region have been delivered to Kharkiv, the region state administration press service said.

Personal belongings of passengers of the Malaysia Airlines MH17 flight found on the crash scene in the Donetsk region have been delivered to Kharkiv, the region state administration press service said.

"As of now, personal belongings and luggage of the deceased passengers have reached the Kharkov region. Dutch experts who arrived in Kharkiv earlier are handling the cargo on the premises of the Malyshev Plant," the press service said.

The things' transportation to the Netherlands has been discussed at a meeting between Kharkov region state administration head Ihor Baluta and Dutch members of the MH17 search party.

The meeting was also attended by customs officers, border guards, policemen and representatives of the Malyshev Plant and the Netherlands.

Baluta promised further support to the search party and appropriate conditions for experts handing personal belongings of the deceased passengers in the Kharkov region.

Read more: Dutch experts go to Donetsk region to look for personal items of Malaysian Boeing passengers


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