Bodies of 9 victims of Malaysian Boeing crash in Ukraine still unfound
Almaty. November 10. KazTAG - The bodies of 9 out of 298 casualties of Malaysian Boeing crash in Ukraine have not been found yet, reports the Russian service BBC.
"As of today we cannot say when and if we will be able to find the bodies of the last nine casualties. However, we will do our best working with the local authorities to make it possible," said Bert Kunders, Foreign Minister of the Netherlands in Kharkov after the remains of five more casualties had been sent to Holland.
In his words, search operation will continue on the scene of the catastrophe.
As reported the passenger Boeing-777 of the Malaysia Airlines en route Amsterdam-Kuala-Lumpur crashed on July 17 in Donetsk region in Ukraine. There were 298 people aboard, the majority of them - 193 were Dutch.