Ukraine to sign memorandum on tribunal in MH17 case

Source : 112 Ukraine

The Foreign Minister of Ukraine Pavlo Klimkin will sign the memorandum
18:23, 20 September 2017


The Ukrainian government approved the projects of the memorandums on the mutual understanding with the governments of Australia, Belgium, Malaysia, the Netherlands and Ukraine on the political and financial support of the criminal investigation and prosecution of the guilty in the crash of MH17 flight on July 17, 2014. The proper decision was made at the government's session as Ukrinform reported.

First Deputy of Foreign Minister of Ukraine Vadym Prystaiko noted that the signing of this memorandum will allow to create the tribunal in the judiciary system of the Netherlands that will continue the investigation of the tragedy with MH17.

Related: Trial over suspects in downed Boeing MH17 case to be held in Hague

According to him, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine Pavlo Klimkin will be able to sign the memorandum with the colleagues in New York where he pays work visit.

Boeing 777 of the Malaysia Airlines Company that performed MH17 flight from Amsterdam to Kuala-Lumpur was shot down by the Russian anti-aircraft missile system on July 17, 2014 in Donetsk Region. 298 people dided in the result of the attack. The passengers of the plane were the citizens of ten countries, mostly from the Netherlands.

Related: Putin tells Stone MH17 plane was downed by Ukrainian aircraft, - Russian TV channel

Bellingcat published the reported dedicated to the possible organizer of the transfer of the anti-craft missile system in Donbas. The report states that it was retired officer of Main Intelligence Department of Russia Sergey Dubinsky.

The guilty in the catastrophe of Boeing 777 will be tried in absentia in the Netherlands.

Related: Russia provides additional information on downed MH17 at request of Netherlands

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