The Malaysian Airlines’ Boeing 777 crashed on July 17, near the Grabovo village, 50km from Donetsk.
The refrigerated train that was carrying the bodies of the people that were on board the Malaysian Airlines’ Boeing 777 plane that crashed in Ukraine, arrived Tuesday at around noon in Harkov, a city controlled by the Kiev government.
The bodies will be given to a Dutch delegation that will transport them by plane to Amsterdam where they will be identified, after which they will be handed over to their families, with the help of each country’s services.
The train left Torez station, that’s under separatist control, Monday at 7p.m. and went through Donetsk before arriving at Harkov.
The Malaysian Airlines’ Boeing 777 crashed on July 17, near the Grabovo village, 50km from Donetsk, in an area where there are clashes between Ukrainian forces and pro-Russian separatists.
Flight MH17 was on the Amsterdam – Kuala Lumpur route with 298 passengers on board plus crew members, which died on impact.