Malaysia Airlines agreed on monetary compensation with vast majority of relatives of MH17 victims
Today is the second anniversary of MH17 catastrophe
Malaysia Airlines has agreed on monetary compensation with the vast majority of relatives of MH17 victims. This was reported by the Dutch broadcaster NOS.
The information was reported by lawyer representing a group of victims' relatives.In this case, the content of the agreement and the amounts are not disclosed, the parties decided to keep them confidential.
According to the Montreal Convention, airlines must pay about 130 thousand euros compensation to the families of victims.
We note that today is the second anniversary of the MH17 catastrophe. Boeing 777 of Malaysian Airlines flying from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur, July 17, 2014 was shot down over the territory of Donetsk region. On board were 298 people, all of them were killed.
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