Malaysian draft decision, the UN security Council resolution on the establishment of the Tribunal for the collapsed Boeing in the Donbass incorrectly classifies wreck it, said Russian permanent representative to the UN Vitaly Churkin, adding that he sees no prospects in this document.
He said that during a recent meeting with the permanent representatives of Malaysia and the Netherlands gave him the draft decision and the Statute of the international Tribunal, but " officially in the UN security Council a draft decision until you have not made ", RIA " Novosti ".
Churkin said that the authors summarize the current ideas of the collapse of Boeing under the definition of " Danger to international peace and security ", making a reference to Chapter VII of the UN Charter." But, as stated by the lawyers, not a single act could qualify. For this reason the UN security Council there was nothing to do, not to mention the fact that this is no choice in the decision 2166 (adopted after the disaster Boeing) and enter it retroactively incorrect ", - the diplomat said." I in person see no prospects of these documents. They need to put aside, to await the results of the investigation and then to consider how to better align the trial, " - said Churkin. Russian envoy said that " pre-heard about this idea, But was sincerely shocked by the backswing of its authors, who, I believe, goes far beyond the edge of reason "." as argument to the authors of the idea cite the precedent of the tribunals for the former Yugoslavia and for Rwanda, But it is impossible to compare the conflict in the former Yugoslavia and the genocide in Rwanda with the fact that over the Ukraine, apparently shot down a civilian airliner. Moreover, the reference to the ICTY rather scares ", - said Churkin. He also recalled that " although civil aircraft were lost before, never before international tribunals were not created, and sometimes was not conducted judicial proceedings ". He said the so-called " Lockerbie case ", when in 1988, a passenger plane was blown up over Scotland, " the establishment of the international Tribunal was not raised by anyone, although the UN security Council adopted some time ago several resolutions on this topic "." The court then held under Scottish law in the Netherlands, " the envoy said. Before Thursday stated that his delegation had circulated in the UN security Council a draft decision with the requirement to make international court to ensure fair justice for the perpetrators of the crash of an airliner Malaysia Airlines in Eastern Ukraine.