July 21, 2014 21:53
Ukrainian experts to take part in Boeing probe - Groysman
KYIV. July 21 (Interfax) - Ukrainian experts will take part in the forensic medical examination of the bodies retrieved from the site of the Malaysian Boeing crash, and in the air crash probe, as well, said Ukrainian Deputy Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman.
"The first and second resolutions say that Ukrainian experts will be directly involved in fulfilling the tasks to be assigned," Groysman, who chairs the state commission for investigating the Boeing crash, said at a press briefing in Kyiv on Monday.
The State Commission made the decision to send the bodies to the Netherlands, "where all necessary forensic medical examinations and identification procedures would be conducted in the best laboratories."
The commission has made one more decision - to accelerate the formal procedures to ensure that the bodies be transported to the Netherlands as soon as possible, he said.
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