The bodies of hundreds of Dutch victims of the MH17 tragedy could soon be returned to their homeland, as the first plane carrying the bodies is expected to leave for Eindhoven on Wednesday.
CCTV’s Richard Bestic reports.
Bodies to be flown to Netherlands WednesdayThe bodies of hundreds of Dutch victims of the MH17 tragedy could soon be returned to their homeland.
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said Monday that Beijing welcomes the UN resolution about the downed MH17 in eastern Ukraine. Wang said the current priority is to implement the resolution, especially to give international investigators full access to the crash site.
The International Civil Aviation Organization should be allowed to play a key role in the investigation and its professional expertise be brought into full play, he said. Before the result is produced all parties concerned should refrain from making conjectures and prejudgment and, more importantly, avoid politicizing the issue, Wang stressed.
The risks of air travel are on a lot of minds now, after the Flight MH-17 tragedy and now the aviation alert in Israel.
Security expert Larry Korb joins the show.