International aviation investigators MH17 meet

This morning the team of international aviation investigators who investigate the cause of the crash of flight MH17, started a meeting that will last for a number of days. During this meeting, lead by the Dutch Safety Board, the team will discuss the progress of the investigation and will visit air force base Gilze-Rijen to view the reconstruction of a part of the aircraft. 

This morning the team of international aviation investigators who investigate the cause of the crash of flight MH17, started a meeting that will last for a number of days. During this meeting, lead by the Dutch Safety Board, the team will discuss the progress of the investigation and will visit air force base Gilze-Rijen to view the reconstruction of a part of the aircraft. 

Last year, several meetings were held to discuss the progress of the investigation and to carry out further research. These meetings are part of the procedure for international aviation investigations laid down in the ICAO Convention.

The team of investigators, headed by the Dutch Safety Board, represent the countries which are involved in the MH17 investigation: the Netherlands, Ukraine, Malaysia, Australia, the United States, the United Kingdom and the Russian Federation.