quinta-feira, 31 de julho de 2014

International observers are still without access to the plane wreckage of Malaysia Airlines

"Today, our aim was to test a route, make an assessment of the roads, for safety reasons, is one of the tasks for which we've been assigned, we have been doing for the last three months," explains Michael Bociurkiw, spokesman for the OSCE in Ukraine.

The Ukrainian authorities deplore the fact that the pró-russos groups do not allow access to the venue:

"I'd like to emphasize that the Ukraine regrets that, so far, in territory controlled by pro-Russian guerrillas, is not allowed, the international experts investigating the disaster, access to the site of the terrible tragedy," said the Ukrainian Deputy Prime Minister Volodymyr Hroysman.

Security concerns continue to exist, in an area where fighting continues, although the Government in Kiev has ensured that the conflict does not extend to the perimeter of the crash.

Foreign Governments, who lost citizens, require that access to the site because some remains have not been recovered.

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