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Netherlands claim to find out how a piece of downed Boeing got to Yeysk museum

Dutch MPs called on the Minister of Foreign Affairs Bert Koenders to find out the details of transmission of a fragment of the MH17 Boeing to the Museum of the Great Patriotic War in Yeysk, Russia.

At the briefing, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine Pavlo Klimkin informed that Han Ten Brook, a member of the ruling party of the Netherlands, urged the minister Bert Koenders to contact the Russian authorities to find out the details of this case, Joinfo.ua reports.

According to Klimkin, the MP said that these actions were condemned by representatives of the countries, whose citizens were killed in this disaster, during a joint meeting today in The Hague at the Global Conference on Cyberspace 2015.

"Everyone at the table condemned this action," he said.

Earlier, the Sovet Pryazovia newspaper, released in Omsk, published an article stating that "in gratitude for the delivered products, clothing and medicine, villagers of Rozsypne handed the residents of Yeysk a fragment of the Malaysian Boeing-777 crashed over the Shakhtarsk raion in July last year."

Locals intend to put the fragment of the downed Boeing shot down by the militants in the museum of WWII as a war trophy.