International investigation team on MH17 tragedy stopped its efforts
The countries are looking for an alternative resolving - Ambassador of the Netherlands in Moscow
The members of the international investigation team (Australia, Netherlands, Sweden, Belgium and Ukraine) on Malaysia Airlines plane MH17 crash on July 17, stopped their efforts on creation an international tribunal on the basis of UN Security Council decision. This was stated by the Ambassador of the Netherlands in Moscow Ron van Dartel, RIA.ru.
"Russia has clearly demonstrated its position with the veto. This is the end of efforts for the establishment of the tribunal, and now we are looking for some alternative to it," the diplomat noted.
According to him, currently, these options are discussed between the countries, members of the international investigation team. Among these alternatives ambassador called investigation of the International Criminal Court (ICC), and conducting an interstate court of international investigation team.
"Now we see a lot of discussions about the transparency of the investigation. As for the criminal investigation - the criminal investigation is not fully transparent, until the case is presented to a judge. The results will be released in the course of the trial. We have a judicial procedure in the Netherlands, our media can go to a judge to obtain more clarity than they get now," he added.
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