European Parliament supports creation of MH17 international tribunal
The resolution has been released at the Parliament’s website
Members of the European Parliament supported the idea to create an international criminal tribunal on the MH17 disaster. The respective resolution was passed and published at the governmental agency’s website.
“The European Parliament supports the establishment of an international criminal tribunal, and calls on the Russian Federation to fully cooperate with the international community in order to conduct a comprehensive and impartial criminal investigation, and to bring those responsible to justice”, the document says.
Besides, MEPs deplored the decision of the Russian Federation to block the resolution in the UN Security Council on the creation of an international court to investigate this crime.
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