A team of international OSCE observers jointly with Dutch and Australian experts has arrived at the Boeing crash site in Donetsk region and started to work, according to the Twitter page of the OSCE special monitoring mission.
The OSCE group and a large group of Dutch and Australian experts arrived at the crash site of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 and immediately begin to work, the organization said.
Over 60 experts are working at the scene. They will look for the remains and personal belongings of those killed.
As reported, on Thursday, for the first time in a week, the OSCE mission visited the Boeing crash site. In recent days a group of international experts tried to leave Donetsk for the crash site, but was unable to reach it for security reasons. On Thursday, the experts decided to make a big detour and get to the crash site through the territory controlled by Ukrainian troops.