The General Prosecutor's Office of the Donetsk People's Republic issued an official appeal to the Attorney General of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, F. Westerbeke ~
DPR expresses its readiness to officially transfer all of the remains of the victims and detected fragments that has been uncoverd from the Boeing 777 crash to the Dutch side in the hope that further examination will be carried out of the two unidentified victims of the crash
Due to the lack of communication and correspondence with the General Prosecutor's Office of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, the Prosecutor General's Office of the Donetsk People's Republic appealed to the ambassadors of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, in Russia, Germany, France and Ukraine with a request to hand over evidence of identified fragments and remains found at the site of the crash of Malaysia Boeing MH17 On July 17th !
An official appeal to be sent to Mr. F. Westerbeke . The appeal states that the General Prosecutor's Office of the Democratic People's Republic of Donetsk expresses its readiness to officially transfer all of the fragments and remains to the Dutch side in the hope that further examination of the uncovered and detected fragments will be identified of the two unidentified victims of the crash.
The Prosecutor General's Office of the DPR calls on the Dutch side to send the official representatives of the Joint Investigative Group and officially accept the available fragments and human remains.
As was reported earlier, the DPR Prosecutor General's office personnel during another inspection of the Boeing 777 crash site , found more human remains supposedly belonging to the crash victims !
The Boeing-777 of Malaysian Airlines flying from Amsterdam to Kuala-Lumpur crashed near Torez on 17 July 2014. There were no survivors among the 298 people on board. The investigation into the plane crash has been conducted by the Joint Investigation Team comprising representatives of the Netherlands, Ukraine, Australia, Malaysia and Belgium