1. Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak walking through the Dutch ambassador's house , with the ambassador and others
2. Razak signing condolence book
3. Harry Molenaar, Dutch Ambassador to Malaysia looking on
4. Various of Razak signing condolence book
5. SOUNDBITE: (English) Najib Razak, Prime Minister of Malaysia:
"It is expected that this whole process will take weeks, it might even be months, we are not sure yet. But the people on the ground have informed me that it cannot be done before Raya (celebration day after the end of Holy Ramadan month). So, it is with much regret that I have to inform the families concerned. But this is not only a legal and technical requirement, but we want to give the dignity to the families concerned."
6. Message written by Razak in condolence book
7. SOUNDBITE: (English) Najib Razak, Prime Minister of Malaysia:
"Yes, I am angry and I want full access because it is unfortunately it is a war zone and you know a war zone, there are many constraints and not only having access but the safety of those people (investigators) that must be, both sides must respect the safety of the people. So, it is not as straight forward as it sounds, we are doing our level best and I will be making some effort to see that this will be respected by both sides."
8. Pull focus candle
9. SOUNDBITE: (English) Harry Molenaar, Dutch Ambassador to Malaysia:
"We would like to see justice. At the first step, priority was to get the bodies back. The second step is to get justice to what has happened to these people."
10. Card outside the Dutch ambassador's house reading (English) "Tributes to the soul of MH17"
11. Card outside the Dutch ambassador's house reading (English) "Our Heartfelt Condolences #MH17"
12. Flowers and cards outside the Dutch ambassador's house
The Malaysian Prime Minister said on Thursday that it would be impossible to bring home the bodies of the Malaysian victims of the crashed Malaysia Airlines plane before the end of the month of Ramadan.
Najib Razak made his comments during a visit to the Dutch Ambassador's residence in Kuala Lumpur.
After signing a book of condolence at the residence, Razak stated that the body identification process and the forensic works could take weeks, or even months.
The first flight with body remains arrived on Dutch soil on Wednesday.
Razak also said he was angry that investigators still did not have full access to the crash site.
While the Dutch Ambassador Harry Molenaar said that after the bodies were returned home, they would like to see justice.