Showing posts with label MH17. Show all posts
Showing posts with label MH17. Show all posts

Tuesday, October 13, 2015

MH17 Crash - English Spoken

MH17 Crash - English Spoken 
It is common practice for the Dutch Safety Board to include a rationale for its investigations in its reports. For the publication of the MH17 reports the Board has opted not to do so for each report individually, but instead to provide a single document covering all of the various investigations. This document, entitled About the Investigation, will be published simultaneously with the reports.On Tuesday 13 October 2015
the Dutch Safety Board will publish its reports on the investigation into the crash of flight MH17.
Below, we provide an overview of the course of events.

Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Live UN MH17

Live UN MH17,
UN Security Council to Vote on MH17 Draft Resolution. 

Russia set to veto MH17 UN resolution.

Tuesday, July 28, 2015

MH-17 Commemoration concert in Kyiv

A commemoration concert for MH-17 took place in Kyiv.
The concert was attended by President Poroshenko, Prime Minister Yatsenyuk, Vice Prime Minister Zubko, Minister of Foreign Affairs Klimkin, Chief OSCE-Monitor Apakan, Head of Recovery Mission Aalbersberg, the Diplomatic Corps and the Dutch community (including the Dutch business community) in Kyiv, among others.
Led by the Dutch conductor Jeroen Weierink, the Liatoshynsky Classical Music Ensemble gave a modest but touching performance of Mozart’s Requiem, and several other pieces. In addition to contributions of the Dutch, Malaysian and Australian Ambassadors, President Poroshenko held a probing speech. The President was visibly moved by the ceremony, something he told the same night during his phone call with Dutch Prime Minister Rutte.
 The concert took place in the National Organ and Chamber Music Hall, a Roman-Catholic church in the center of the city, well-known for its impressive gothic architecture and good acoustics. The concert was organized by the Embassy of the Netherlands, in cooperation with the Malaysian and Australian Embassies.

Friday, April 17, 2015

How MH17 was shot down.

Pieces from rocket 9N314.

Thursday, April 2, 2015

International investigation of crash of flight MH17 and about the identification of the victims.

International investigation of crash of flight MH17 and about the identification of the victims.
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