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The Netherlands disappointed by Malaysian statement on investigation of MH17 crash

Malaysian Prime Minister Mahatir Mohamad stated that there was “no evidence” that Russia is guilty of MH17 crash
20:16, 21 June 2019

Reuters

Prime Minister of the Netherlands Mark Rutte emphasized that the statements of Malaysian Prime Minister on the announced results of the Joint Investigative Commission (JIT) on MH17 crash in Donbas disappoint him as RTL Nieuws reported.

“I imagine that the relatives, of course, are really disappointed and it also causes confusion,” Rutte said.

Earlier Malaysian Prime Minister Mahatir Mohamad stated that there was “no evidence” that Russia is guilty of MH17 crash in Donbas 2014.

Related: European Council reminds Russia about MH17, Ukrainian sailors, passports in Donbas

Earlier it was reported that the Prosecutor’s Office of the Netherlands will press charges on MH17 crash in Donbas in June, 2014 against Igor Girkin (Strelkov), Sergiy Dubynsky, Oleg Pulatov and Leonid Kharchenko.

Earlier it was reported that the relatives of MH17 tragedy victims held a protest in the Russian Embassy in the Hague. The protesters urged Russian authorities to accept the responsibility for Boeing 777 crash.

Boeing 777 of Malaysian Airlines, flight number MH17 was destroyed while performing a regular flight from the Netherlands to Malaysia in July 2014. The tragedy took place in the sky over the militant-held section of Donetsk region. All 298 people aboard deceased; most of the victims, 196, were Dutch, but there were citizens of another nine countries as well.

Related: Was the downing of flight MH17 state-sponsored murder?

The governments of Australia and the Netherlands officially accused Russia of being behind the disaster.

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