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Results of investigation on MH17 to be presented on October 15
09:54, 30 September 2015
Results of investigation on MH17 to be presented on October 15

Leaders of Australia, the Netherlands, Belgium, Malaysia, and Ukraine discussed in New York the further work for punishing the responsible for the Malaysian aircraft fatality

09:54, 30 September 2015

MH17 crash
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President Poroshenko in New York met the leaders of Australia, the Netherlands, Belgium, and Malaysia, as reported the official website of the Ukrainian President.

"Representatives of Australia, the Netherlands, Belgium, Malaysia, and Ukraine agreed on the further coordination and work together to punish responsible for the tragedy of the Malaysian aircraft", said in the statement.

The Dutch authorities have announced that results of the international independent investigation will be presented on October 15. Representatives of the States Parties of the MH17 Joint Investigation Team expressed disappointment regarding Russian veto in the UN Security Council of the resolution on establishment international tribunal for investigation the crash, stated on the President’s website.

The parties also noted the importance of Ukrainian initiative to establish the International Memorial Day for victims of terrorists.

Boeing 777, performing flight  MH17 (Amsterdam - Kuala Lumpur), crashed on July 17, 2014 near Torez, Donetsk region. All 298 people being on board were lost.

According to the Ukrainian authorities and the Western countries, the plane was shot down by Russian-backed militants using anti-aircraft missile systems "Buk", provided by Russia. The latter denies any involvement into the accident.

Earlier it was planned that Australia, along with Belgium, Malaysia, the Netherlands, and Ukraine will establish a special body for investigation to reveal the causes and circumstances of the crash on July 17, 2014.

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