Dutch investigators arrive at MH17 crash site
Dutch investigators have reached Ukraine to identify the remains of victims of Malaysian Airlines plane crash.
Three forensic scientists are focusing on identifying the 196 bodies that had been kept on train, reports the BBC.
There is increasing pressure on pro-Russian separatists to allow investigators at the crash site.
The western countries have said that there is evidence of Russian involvement in the plane attack.
Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte said that if the access to the crash site remained unsatisfactory then all political and economic actions were already in line.
Rutte said that they wanted their people back.
The Dutch investigators were reportedly the first experts to arrive at the crash site of MH17.
(Posted on 21-07-2014)