Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has signed the laws that allow Australia and the Netherlands to send their missions to investigate the crash of the Malaysian Boeing aircraft, the presidential press service has reported.
According to the law on the ratification of an agreement between Ukraine and Australia on sending Australian personnel to Ukraine due to the crash of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17, Australia can send to Ukraine its police, military and civilian personnel and assets related to them. This staff can move freely through Ukraine to reach the crash site of the airliner.
The Ukrainian side will provide Australian experts with all necessary information to help the investigation.
The law on the ratification of an agreement between Ukraine and the Netherlands on the international investigation protection mission also envisages the involvement of Dutch experts in investigating the crash. The mission will be led by the Netherlands.