Netherlands announced date of Boeing-777 crash report publication

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The Dutch Safety Board that investigates the crash of flight MH17, which occurred July 17, 2014 in the Donetsk region of Ukraine, expects to publish the final reports in the first half of October 2015.

Censor.NET reports citing the Dutch Safety Board's report on progress of the MH17 investigation.

The report reads: "The Dutch Safety Board published a preliminary report containing its first findings regarding the crash of flight MH17 on Tuesday, 9 September 2014. The preliminary report contains the initial data from the investigation into the cause of the crash based on the sources that were available to the Dutch Safety Board.

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"The draft final reports on the investigation into the crash and the investigation pertaining to flight routes were made available to the accredited representatives of the participating States on Tuesday, 2 June. In accordance with ICAO Annex 13, they have sixty days to submit comments on the reports. The Dutch Safety Board will then assess the submitted comments and draw up the definitive final reports. The consultation period the investigation into the availability of passenger information has ended. The Board expects to publish the final reports in the first half of October 2015."

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