Malaysia: blocked by NL from MH17 investigation
The Malaysian international investigation team has still not had the chance to do an investigation at the crash site of Malaysian Airlines flight MH17. According to the Malaysian ambassador in the Netherlands, Fauziah Mohd Taib, her country was not involved in the Netherlands' operation to recover the remains and personal belongings of the victims, and they find that frustrating. "We are, in spite of repeated requests by our side, not involved in the joint investigation team led by the Netherlands. And that while it is about our national airline. We want to do justice to the victims who perished in the disaster." says Taib. The MH17 disaster killed a total of 298 people, including 43 Malaysians. 284 of the victims have now been identified.