The Ukrainian Parliament allowed Malaysian experts to continue investigation of the MH17 tragedy in Ukraine until August 18, 2016. The bill №0070was submitted to the Parliament by President Petro Poroshenko.
The respective agreement was signed by Ukraine and Malaysia on August 2014; the Malaysian side asked to extend its validity till August 2016.
Previously, Netherlands Security Council released a report on the Malaysia’s MH17 airplane crash in Donbas. The report says that the Buk missile that downed the aircraft was fired from a militant-held area of Donbas. The investigative group also claimed they established the identities of the suspects.
Boeing 777 of Malaysian Airlines, flight MH17, was on its way from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur, when it was downed near the town of Torez, Donetsk region. The aircraft carried 298 people. Noonesurvivedthetragedy. Ukraine and many of its Western allies, including the Netherlands and Malaysia, blame pro-Russian militants and seek opportunities to set an international tribunal on the case so that the guilty ones bear due responsibility.