The perpetrators of the crash of flight MH17 in the Donbas will be tried in the Netherlands
Suspect regarding the crash of flight MN17 “Malaysian airlines” in the Donbass will be considered in the Netherlands under Dutch law.
This was announced by the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko in the social network Facebook.
According to him, the Dutch government announced the decision that the criminal proceedings in the case about the crash of Malaysia airlines flight MH17 will be carried out under the national jurisdiction of the country.
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“This mechanism of bringing to justice those responsible for committing the terrible crime was made by the States parties of the Joint group of investigation – Australia, Malaysia, Belgium, the Netherlands and Ukraine. Ukraine would maximally facilitate and assist the Netherlands for the speedy punishment of the guilty,” wrote the President.
Today the Dutch Government announced the decision that the criminal proceedings in the case of the shooting down of the Malaysian plane…
Published by Petro Poroshenko 5 July 2017
He also reminded that Russia blocked the creation of an international Tribunal under UN auspices.
“Therefore, believe in fairness, impartiality and objectivity the Dutch justice!” – summed Poroshenko.
Recall, 17 July 2014 in the area of armed conflict in Eastern Ukraine was hit Boeing 777 Malaysia Airlines, carrying out flight MH17 from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur. The tragedy occurred in the Eastern Donetsk region near the village of Hrabove, near Torez. All 298 people who were on Board were killed.
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14 Jul Malaysia has made in the UN Security Council a draft resolution on the establishment of an international Tribunal to investigate Boeing 777 crash over Donbas. This idea was also supported by the Netherlands, Ukraine, Australia and Belgium. The Kremlin also considered the move premature and blocked the document.
13 October 2015, the Security Council of the Netherlands published its report on the crash of passenger liner Boeing 777 “Malaysian airlines”. According to the document, the aircraft was struck by parts of the 9N314M missiles fired from MANPADS “Buck”; it was found that the initial launching point is located on a land area of about 320 square kilometers in Eastern Ukraine.
In January 2016, the relatives of the passengers who died in the accident MH17, urged the Prime Minister of the Netherlands Mark Rutte to lead the global campaign to achieve publication data radar control. Members of 18 families expressed confidence that it will help to establish exactly who shot down the airliner over Ukraine on 17 July 2014.
Later investigation revealed that “Boeing” was shot down by a missile 9M38 series used in anti-aircraft missile complex “Buk”. The plant was delivered from Russia and launched from the territory, which was then controlled by the separatists. Fragments of the rocket series of “Buk” was discovered during the autopsies of crew members, and in one of the window openings of the cockpit.
The international investigation team managed to identify most of the route, which SAM “Buk” went to the territory of Ukraine, as well as the route of its movement in the opposite direction. According to investigators, the complex was moved from Russia into Eastern Ukraine and later deported back to Russia on white trucks Volvo.
Insights of MSG in fact, coincide with the results of the investigation group Bellingcat – expert-journalistic organizations involved in independent investigations from public sources.