The parts of the Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777, shot down in July when overflying eastern Ukraine, came to Holland where it will be reconstructed by accident investigators trying to determine what exactlybrought down the flight MH17.
This task is carried out by Members of the Board of National Security that will join the remaining pieces of the aircraft in a hangar of the Dutch Air Force.
The flight, which covered the route between Amsterdam and Kuala Lumpur, left 298 people dead at board, of which two thirds of the passengers of the flight were Dutch.
Ukrainian emergency services operating under Dutch supervision recovered the remains considered more valuable for research during a six-day operation in November.
The Dutch experts said that the remains will be photographed, scanned and classified. Then, the will try to recreate the apparatus. The pieces of the fuselage could help to determine from which direction the supposed missile that shot down the plane came.
Washington and its allies claim that pro-Russian rebels hit the plane with a ground-based missile. Meanwhile, Russia said that the missile was fired by a Ukrainian aircraft.