On Tuesday, February 10, 2015, the Dutch government has published dozens of edited documents relating to the disaster of Malaysian Boeing in Ukraine. The tragedy with Boeing-777 airlines Malaysia Airlines, which flew from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur, July 17, 2014 took place near Donetsk. All 298 people aboard the plane were killed.
The information about editing of the official documents was reported by the Associated Press. In particular, the Dutch television channel RTL News said that a number of documents about the crash Boeing undergone substantial editing. RTL’s deputy editor, Pieter Klein, noted:
“We want the relevant facts so that a serious reconstruction can be made of the Cabinet’s performance after the crash.”