Train wagons filled with corpses

The train wagons were filled with corpses: the train, which was filled with the corpses of passengers on a flight from Malaysia in Ukraine, moved to Kharkov.


The train, where passengers who lost their lives in Malaysia, was collected and placed on board the aircraft of Ukraine, departed from Torez station in Donetsk region to Kharkov. 298 passengers on board the body of the 282 was reached. Work is under way to find other bodies in the region.

Ukrainian Deputy Prime Minister Volodimir Groysman, who met with Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko, said all necessary security measures were taken on the train route. Groysman, the train departed in the evening in Kharkov, a delegation of international experts 31 gave information that will meet a delegation. Sources of the Donetsk People's Republic, which speaks to Interfax, confirmed that the route was through Kharkov and through Kharkov.

The items belonging to the passengers who lost their lives in the train station. Local sources of militia will be handed over to the international delegation. The Malaysian government delegation is also expected to be in Donetsk, where the Ukrainian government will travel to the region, which is under the control of the Ukrainian government, and then to Amsterdam.

The Ukrainian government, the militia forces to drop the plane, while in the eastern Ukraine 10 thousand meters a passenger plane was claimed to not have a missile system. Russian President Vladimir Putin asked that the results of international research be expected and no one should use the event for political purposes.
BLACK BOX WILL BE DELIVERED TO MALAYSIA

Prime Minister of the People's Republic of Donetsk Aleksandr Boroday announced that the militia forces were ready to hand over the aircraft's black boxes and other technical parts to the Malaysian delegation. Malaysian Prime Minister Necip Rezzak said they agreed with the militia to take delivery of black boxes.

Studies are underway to determine who reduced the plane. An area of ​​40 kilometers of the accident area was declared a ceasefire. While the Ukrainian administration and militia forces acknowledge the ceasefire, international experts are expected to come to the region and begin work.



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