The idea of establishing a Tribunal for the collapse of the Malaysian Boeing in Ukraine aims to punish those whom the U.S. believes is responsible for this tragedy, said the head of the Ministry of foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation S. Lavrov In..
So he explained what they said in interview to the edition " capital Komsomolets ", the U.S. Ambassador to Moscow John Tefft about the fact that Washington knows who shot down Boeing.
"If Washington really thinks So, As it sets out Mr. Tefft then maybe a little more clear is the idea of creating a Tribunal: If the capital of the USA all know, and the US actively supported the development of the Tribunal through the security Council resolution, we can probably keep the ends very easy to understand what purpose this court will pursue. Turns out, he is obliged to provide those in the guilt of which I am sure Washington, " said Lavrov at a press conference following the meeting With the Thai counterpart Kanesaka Patimaprakorn.
On Tuesday, Malaysia introduced a draft decision on the establishment of the international Tribunal for the investigation of accident of the plane MH-17 near Donetsk in Ukraine in July 2014, the date of its consideration until not defined. With the proposal of the establishment of the Tribunal was made by Malaysia (liner owned Malaysian company), Australia, the Netherlands (most of the 298 people killed people in the cabin were the inhabitants of these countries), Ukraine and Belgium. Russia does not support this proposal. According to the Malaysia plan, the court is obliged to ensure fair justice for the perpetrators of the crash of an airliner Malaysia Airlines.
Moscow considers the development of such a Tribunal is premature. As said yesterday, Russia's permanent representative to the UN Vitaly Churkin, " the investigation of criminal offences As the collapse of the Malaysian Boeing in Ukraine, it is not necessary to create an international court ".
Flight MH17 from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur crashed 17 July 2014 in the Donetsk region of Ukraine. In the cabin of the ship were 298 people, they all died. At the end of may, international experts have completed a search mission at the crash site of the aircraft. The collected debris, the remains of the passengers and their personal belongings were sent to the Netherlands.