Foreign Minister of Australia Julie Bishop plans on heading to new York to seek support from member countries of the UN Security Council on the issue of the establishment of the international Tribunal for the collapse of the Malaysian Boeing.
"I'm going on the upcoming decade in new York to seek the establishment by the UN Security Council of an international Tribunal to prosecute those responsible for the Downing of flight MH17, according to the report, posted on the official Internet representation of the head of the Australian foreign Ministry.
"along With four members of the international group for the inquiry of conflict (Belgium, Malaysia, the Netherlands and Ukraine) in new York, I will seek the support of all members of the Security Council in the matter of the establishment of the Tribunal", the appeal says Bishop.
first source at the UN said Last news that the UN security Council on July 29 plans to hold valaisiana on the draft decision on the establishment of the international Tribunal for the collapse of the Malaysian Boeing.
Malaysia introduced a draft decision on the establishment of the international Tribunal for the investigation of the MH17 crash near Donetsk in Ukraine in July 2014. 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.
As said before, the Russian foreign Minister S. V. Lavrov, the collapse of the liner is the result of criminal lawlessness, and not a Danger to international peace and Security, which implies the Malaysian draft decision. According to the Minister, the UN security Council in the situation With the crash Airliners never created tribunals, and the idea of its creation is intended to provide the guilt of those who are considered responsible Washington.
Flight MH17 from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur crashed 17 July 2014 in the Donetsk region of Ukraine. In the cabin there were 298 people, among them 193 Dutch citizens, all of them lost their lives. In may, international experts have completed a search mission at the crash site. The collected debris, the remains of the passengers and personal belongings were sent to the Netherlands. The final report of the Security Council of the Netherlands on the cause of the crash is expected in October. First the States parties of the international investigation were given a draft of the final report.
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