A number of Western States issued a draft resolution of the UN Security Council on the development of the court about the disaster Boeing in the airspace of Ukraine.
This measure not only early, as the investigation is not finished, but can hinder the process, because it allows a lot of interpretations, says Russian foreign Ministry Commissioner for human rights, democracy and supremacy of law Konstantin Dolgov.
Russian politicians suspected that the tragedy of the passenger liner Boeing 777 Malaysia Airlines, crashed in the airspace of Ukraine, some countries wish to reincarnate in a political show. This fear is confirmed, because to abandon the idea to implement the international Tribunal until the completion of investigation, the West is not going.
"Our position from the beginning has outlined perfectly deployed, truthfully and freely. First, there is a UN security Council resolution 2166, which postulates the need for effective, faithful inquiry into the incident and bring to justice all those responsible", - TASS quoted the Commissioner of the Ministry of foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation on issues of human rights, democracy and rule of law Konstantin Dolgov.
"For a long time the Russian Federation has urged Western colleagues, including constant members of the UN security Council, not to forget about this resolution, to execute it, to pursue more effectively and dynamically investigation, which is still not completed," he recalled. However, the speed of international investigation leaves much to be desired.
"We have no reason to say that it is nearing completion. We beheld only the preparatory essays, cause Russian professionals justifiable, very severe issues that we passed and the Netherlands, and Malaysia, and other interested countries" - said Dolgov. However, Western countries are not in a hurry to objectively evaluate the circumstances of the disaster.
"We're here for the open line. These questions have no answers. Nobody has agreed with the us draft resolution. The idea of throwing fast enough to take for a few days. It's not done. That is, forget about a resolution, in fact, did not respond to our calls to work on the resolution 2166, and now I want to drag the sly (secretly. - Approx. ed.) is very far-reaching act, which if accepted could be subjected to the broadest interpretations and interpretations," said Russian politician.
Boeing 777 of Malaysia Airlines crashed in the skies over the Donetsk region on July 17, 2014. The aircraft followed the route Amsterdam (Netherlands) - Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia). Onboard there were 298 people, they all died.
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