In Brussels, EU foreign ministers urged Russia to use its influence over the rebels to ensure an independent investigation. In a statement, they said they want "all those in the area to preserve the crash site intact."
The EU imposed punitive measures against Russian individuals but didn't target entire sectors of the economy, preferring to wait for a clearer picture of last week's disaster and Moscow's suspected role.
Then the bodies were to be flown to the Netherlands, the homeland of most of the victims, for identification using information from families.
The fighting, meanwhile, went on in eastern Ukraine. And Russian President Vladimir Putin lashed out at Ukraine's military for trying to dislodge the rebels.
The wreckage lay unguarded across a wide stretch of farmland in the rebel held east a source of frustration for officials around the world eager to establish the facts. Even the red and white tape that had sealed off the fields had been torn away.
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It was unclear how many of the 282 corpses reported found so far were on the train. The crash killed all 298 people aboard the jumbo jet.
KHARKIV, Ukraine (AP) A train bearing the dead from the downed Malaysian airliner reached Ukrainian government held territory at long last Tuesday, but the pro Russian separatists in control of the crash site showed little willingness to allow the full scale investigation demanded by world leaders.
Despite anger over the rebels' handling of the wreckage and suspicions they shot the plane down, the European Union spared Russia sweeping new sanctions Tuesday.
In Moscow, Putin said Russia would do "everything in its power" to facilitate the investigation, including putting pressure on the rebels.
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The 28 nation EU targeted more Russian officials with economic sanctions and travel bans. The ministers stopped there for now but asked the EU's executive arm to draw up more sweeping measures by Thursday if Russia fails to cooperate.
Those sanctions would target Russia's high tech, energy and weapons industries.
At the crash zone, Malaysia Airlines officials walked the site wearing backpacks, photographing the scattered debris.
One," he said. "And we have noted some differences."
But he said that "was not enough" to resolve the situation. He challenged the legitimacy of the Ukrainian government, saying, "People came to power in an armed, anti constitutional way."
International observers, who have been allowed visit only when accompanied by armed separatists, warned there were signs that the debris was being mishandled or even tampered with.
Michael Bociurkiw, a spokesman for the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe, said observers will check to see whether the wreckage has been disturbed.
"Russia has not done enough to contribute to a de escalation of the conflict," German Foreign Minister Frank Walter Steinmeier said.
The train gave a low pitched blast from its horn as the gray corrugated refrigerator cars slowly rolled past.
The EU is Russia's biggest trading partner, and some members are wary of doing too much to antagonize Moscow.
The Dutch government declared Wednesday a day of national mourning as the country prepared for the arrival of the first bodies in the afternoon.
Despite these and other indications of progress the black boxes were handed over to Malaysia Airlines, and three airline investigators were given access to the site Tuesday there was still no sign of a full investigation, and it was unclear when one could take place.
Ukraine and Western governments say that the plane was shot down Thursday with a missile fired from a Russian made mobile launcher in rebel hands. Russia denies supplying the Buk air defense system.
Five days after the plane was blown out of the sky, a refrigerated train bearing victims' bodies gathered up after several days in the sun finally rolled out of the war zone and into a weedy railyard in the government held city of Kharkiv.
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Separately, the flight data recorders will be examined by British air accident investigators.
A team from Interpol along with three Dutch specialists started the identification process by labeling and numbering the remains, brought in body bags.
agency as saying the insurgents are willing to guarantee the security of all international experts. It was not clear if that meant the unfettered access world leaders are demanding.
Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte warned grieving families that the identification of some victims could take weeks or even months.
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