The National Bureau of Investigation of Aviation Accidents and Civil Aircraft Incidents has invited international aviation organizations and representatives of the aviation authorities of Malaysia and the Netherlands to investigate the crash of a Boeing 777 airplane belonging to the Malaysia Airlines, the press service of the Ministry of Infrastructure announced.
The relevant requests were sent to the aviation authorities of Malaysia and the Netherlands, as well as to the Boeing company, ICAO, the European Civil Aviation Conference, Eurocontrol, the European Commission, and the United States’ National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB).
On July 17, the National Bureau of Investigation of Aviation Accidents and Civil Aircraft Incidents set up a commission to investigate the crash. The commission is composed of representatives of Ukraine’s State Aviation Service. The commission was sent to the site of the crash, but Prime Minister Arsenii Yatseniuk said that militants were not allowing Ukrainian and OSCE experts to access the site.