Over 100 international experts work at crash site of Malaysian airliner - OSCE
Over a hundred representatives of the international mission and OSCE observers began work at the crash site of the Malaysian Boeing-777-200 in Donetsk region on Monday, reads a statement posted on the OSCE page on Twitter on Monday.
"Eight SMM monitors have arrived at MH17 site with over 100 experts and detector dogs," reads the statement.
"Long day ahead intensive work focused on recovery victim remains," the statement says.
The report published on the Web site of the Dutch government on Sunday said that a plane with the remains of the crash victims that were discovered in the last few days would leave for the Netherlands on Monday at about 1600 local time.