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Hearing of MH17 case takes place in Netherlands

Source : 112 Ukraine

The court will continue proceedings on technical matters, including  the review of the reconstruction of the wreckage, the appeal of relatives of the victims for compensation
17:09, 15 April 2021

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The third court hearing in the MH17 case will take place in the Netherlands on April 15. Ukrinform reported this.

The court will continue proceedings on technical matters, including the review of the reconstruction of the wreckage, the relatives of the victims for compensation.

Related: MH17 case: Netherlands will not hold Ukraine accountable for unclosed airspace

The next hearing is due to begin in June 2021.

It should be noted that the District Court of The Hague has begun hearing the case of the crash of flight MH17 in March 2020.

Related: UN court in Hague to complete criminal proceedings in MH17 case by end of 2023, - official

Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 was shot down in the skies over Donbas on July 17, 2014. There were 298 people on board - 283 passengers and 15 crew members. They all died. This disaster, in terms of the number of deaths, became the largest in the history of civilian aviation since September 11, 2001. At that time, the area where the plane crashed was controlled by pro-Russian militants.

On July 10, the Netherlands filed a lawsuit against the Russian Federation in the European Court of Human Rights. Individual complaints from relatives of those killed in the crash and the lawsuit of the government of the country were combined.

Related: MH17 case: Suspects were confident they downed Ukraine's Air Force fighter

Ukraine and other members of the Joint Investigation Group demand that the Russian Federation acknowledges its responsibility for the tragedy, fulfill its international obligations, in particular UN Security Council Resolution 2166, and cooperate with the investigation.

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