August 03, 2014 10:29
Remains of MH17 crash victims brought to Kharkiv
KHARKIV. Aug 3 (Interfax) - The remains of the victims of the Malaysia Airlines MH17 flight plane crash in Donetsk region have been brought to Kharkiv.
An Interfax correspondent reports that a convoy of four vehicles, including one refrigerator truck, accompanied by a traffic police car drove to the territory of the Malyshev plant at 3 a.m. local time.
Shortly before that head of the Kharkiv region administration, other officials from the administration and the local division of the emergency situations' authority and Dutch representatives drove to the grounds of the plant.
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