The access will be granted to judges, prosecutors, lawyers, and the limited number of relatives of MH17 victims, as well as media representatives. All those in the session hall will be required to keep a distance of 1.5 meters, which is due to the Covid-19 restrictions.
The session will be broadcasted online, and anyone will be able to join in.
On March 17, all courts in the Netherlands suspended their work due to the pandemic of coronavirus. The judicial bodies only consider urgent cases, in presence of limited circle of people.
Earlier, the Hague district court refused to declassify the names of twelve MH17 tragedy wintesses, as the Russian lawyers demanded.
The judicial process within MH17 case began in the Netherlands in March this year. Dutch prosecutors presented new witnesses in this case, one of which was a Russian citizen. The identities of these people are classified, as there's a serious threat of persecutions by Russian special services.