The joint investigative group on the MH17 tragedy involving Ukraine, the Netherlands, Malaysia, Australia and Belgium still hasn’t agreed on the final format of the international tribunal on the case. Kees Klompenhouwer, Dutch ambassador to Ukraine said this in a commentary to UNIAN news agency. “There’s no decision on the format yet, but the investigation continues”, the ambassador said.
Earlier, in July this year, the UN Security Council supported the initiative of the five countries to create an international tribunal to bring to justice those responsible for the downing of the MH17 aircraft over eastern Ukraine in July 2014. Evidence proved by Ukrainian and foreign investigative authorities states that the plane was shot down by a Russian-made anti-aircraft missile. Russia then vetoed the respective decision of the UN Security Council.
Ukraine and its foreign partners continue to seek for other legal ways to bring the responsible of the tragedy to justice.