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MH17 crash: Russian Foreign Ministry ready for negotiations with the Netherlands

The Russian Foreign Ministry believes that Ukraine is responsible for the fact that it did not close its sky
17:19, 9 February 2019

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The Russian authorities are ready to negotiate with the Netherlands over the crash of the flight MH17 Malaysia Airlines over Donbas in July 2014. This was stated by the Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation, Alexander Grushko, reports Interfax news agency.

"Our dialogue has not been interrupted, including at the political level. We consider these issues, we are ready for a conversation, first of all, on the assumption that it will concern such issues as the failure of Ukraine to provide the primary data to the investigation team that conducts this deal in the Netherlands ", said Grushko.

At the same time, the Russian Foreign Ministry declares that Ukraine should be responsible for the fact that it did not close its sky.

“We should also talk about the responsibility of Ukraine, which has not closed its space, and all other aspects related to the non-consideration by the Dutch side of the information that we provided them with in The Hague as part of legal cooperation,” added Grushko.

By the way, the government of the Netherlands sees no reason for bringing Ukraine to justice for the crash of the MH17 plane in the skies over Donbas for not closing the airspace.

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