The Dutch-led team of investigators that consists of 30-persons and includes five Malaysian investigators and one Australian has gained access to the area in Eastern Ukraine where most of the debris fell. The mission starts on Thursday, April 16, 2015, and is expected to last “a few weeks”, depending on the situation.
The team’s leader, Pieter Jaap Aalbersberg, said at a press conference that they came to renew the search for body parts and debris, especially two victims, both Dutch, who hadn’t been identified:
“Our goal is to do everything in our power to bring back human remains, personal belongings and parts of the wreckage to the Netherlands,” said Pieter Jaap Aalbersberg.
Recently more than 500 documents tied to MH17 disaster were released by Dutch Government.