Group of Malaysian experts to come to probe Boeing crash site in Ukraine
A group of experts from the Malaysian royal police consisting of 30 people will come to Ukraine on Monday to continue the investigation into the Malaysian Boeing 777 crash, according to Sunday statement in Malaysian newspaper The Star.
Then, 50 more policemen from Malaysia will go to Ukraine as well. However, there's no indication when they will do so.
According to the statement, experts have decided to come to Ukraine after receiving reports on the ceasefire agreement reached by Ukrainian government and militants.
The Malaysia Airlines' Boeing 777 which was flying from Amsterdam (the Netherlands) to Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia) crashed in east Ukraine on July 17. It had 298 people on board, all of whom were killed.