#AceBreakingNews – UKRAINE – July 21 – A refrigerated rail car carrying the bodies of 282 victims of a downed Malaysia airliner left for the Ukraine government-controlled city of Kharkiv Monday en route to Amsterdam only hours after Dutch investigators were finally allowed to inspect them.
Malaysia Prime Minister Najib Razak said that the remains would be taken first to Kharkiv, Ukraine’s second largest city, and then will be flown to the Netherlands.
A large pile of personal belongings was left on the station platform as the train pulled out, the Russian news agency RIA Novosti reported.
It added that none of the militia fighters at the site knew who gave the order for the train to pull out.
The train will first travel through Donetsk, a rebel stronghold, where it was going to be met by a Malaysian delegation.
As it moves north, the train will quickly enter the territory controlled by the Ukrainian government.