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The President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko has signed a law allowing to start with the Netherlands a joint investigation of the crash Malaysian “Boeing” over the Donbas in 2014. This is the official website of the President.
The law “provides for cooperation between the competent authorities of the two States determines the order and features of implementation of separate procedural actions in the framework of the Agreement with the objective of effective implementation of criminal prosecution and conviction of persons involved in the shoot down of the plane, in the judicial system of the Netherlands”, — is spoken in the message.
The agreement on cooperation in the investigation of the crash was signed by the Ministers of justice of the two countries in the summer of 2017. The adopted law will allow Ukraine to transfer to the Netherlands the criminal proceedings. Ukraine undertakes to ensure the possible participation of the accused, witnesses and experts in judicial proceedings in the Kingdom. Question their plan on video.
July 13, AFP wrote that the agreement Kiev undertakes on its territory to enforce issued at the Hague verdicts in the case, if not be prepared to extradite their nationals to the Netherlands.
On 24 may, the representative of the Dutch Prosecutor’s office, citing the findings of the Joint investigation team (JIT) stated that “Boeing” Malaysia Airlines over Ukraine was shot down the “Buk” of the Russian armed forces.
Later in the Ministry of foreign Affairs of Ukraine with reference to the letter of the Dutch Minister of foreign Affairs announced that the Dutch government sees no reason to involve Ukraine responsible for the deaths of the passengers. However, in the Dutch press appeared opposite information.
At the end of may, the Minister of transport of Malaysia, Anthony Locke said that Russia can not be considered responsible for the collapse of the liner.
“Boeing-777” Malaysia Airlines crashed in the Donetsk region in the summer of 2014. All 298 people on Board were killed. In investigating the incident, the Joint investigation team includes representatives from Australia, Belgium, Malaysia, the Netherlands and Ukraine.
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