Posted On 25 Jul 2014
The Netherlands and Australia intend to deploy a police and military mission in the area where it was shot down the Malaysia Airlines flight MH17, with the support of the UN to ensure the recovery of all remains.
The authorities of the two countries prepared a draft resolution of the Security Council of United Nations, which guarantees the sending of the international mission, said Dutch media as the public broadcaster NOS or ANP agency.
The purpose of the Dutch government is that a force composed of members of the Police, the Military Police and the Army ensures the safety of researchers in the field as the recovery efforts of all remaining left by the 298 passengers of the Malaysian Airlines flight that crashed on July 17 after being allegedly hit by a missile.
The agency NOS notes that it has been requested the Airbone Dutch Brigade to remain quartered this weekend, indicating that there could be an imminent troops movement of that unit to the east of Ukraine.