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Australia to allocate $50 million for investigation of MH17 catastrophe
12:31, 10 May 2018

Australia to allocate $50 million for investigation of MH17 catastrophe

It is planned that Turnbull’s government will provide $50, 3 million during four years

12:31, 10 May 2018

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The government of Australia will allocate more than $50 million for the investigation of the Malaysian MH17 crash in the Netherlands as the press service of Australian Foreign Ministry reported.

It is planned that Turnbull’s government will provide $50, 3 million during four years to support the Dutch justice in the bringing of the perpetrators to justice.

Related: MH17 crash investigation: suspects are named

Moreover, the mentioning financing is included in the federal budget of Australia for 2018-2019. The governmental coalition has submitted the project for the parliament’s consideration.

According to the documents, the financing provides the extension of the work of the Australian Embassy in Kyiv.

Related: National Geographic to feature documentary on MH17 crash

As is known, Boeing 777 of Malaysian Airlines, flight MH17 was on its way from Amsterdam to Kuala-Lumpur, when it crashed in the militant-held area of Donetsk region in July 2014. The aircraft carried 298 people; no one survived. Experts found out that the passenger plane was shot down by a missile, fired from Buk, the Russia-made anti-aircraft missile launcher. The weapon was brought to Donbas by pro-Kremlin militants. Moscow has been denying any ties to the disaster.   

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