The "DNR" authorities persistently want to transfer certain "remains" of the victims of Boeing, crashed by their militants, to the Joint Investigation Team. The "remains" were allegedly found at the place of the aircraft's fall. This is evidenced by numerous attempts of leaders of the unrecognized "republic" to get in contact with international institutions that are involved in the destruction of Boeing in the sky over the Donbass.
So, a certain document with information that "employees of the "Prosecutor General's Office of the DNR" allegedly discovered the remains of human bodies in the area of crash of Malaysian liner, was sent to the Dutch authorities. Apparently, there was no answer to this nonsense, so early September, information about the readiness to transfer the "fragments of bodies" was sent to the head of the OSCE Special Monitoring Mission Ertugrul Apakan. The reaction of the latter is unknown.
Finally, at the end of September, Daria Morozova, who identifies herself as "human rights commissioner in the DNR", stated that she had sent an "official" letter to the head of the UN monitoring mission on human rights in Ukraine Fiona Fraser with the request to assist in transferring the remains of alleged victims of the Boeing crash to the international investigation".
As it was previously reported, a plane of Malaysia Airlines company was crashed on July 17, 2014 over the occupied territory of Donbass, according to preliminary information, from the Russian Buk missile system. All 298 people aboard died. The investigation is carried out by the Joint Investigation Team, which includes representatives from the Netherlands, Ukraine, Australia, Malaysia and Belgium.