1st Vice-speaker of the Verkhovna Rada Andriy Parubiy expressed the view that the issue of establishing an international Tribunal for inquiry disaster Malaysian Boeing has the opportunity to be considered at the UN General Assembly.
The twenty-ninth of July, a year after the disaster on 17 July 2014 Malaysian airliner MH17 over the South-East of Ukraine, the UN security Council has considered the initiative of a number of countries on the establishment of the international Tribunal for connection to justice the perpetrators of his death.
Russia on Wednesday vetoed by locking the draft decision, as seen through the eyes of a group of countries conducting the proceedings of the crash (Australia, Netherlands, Malaysia, Belgium And Ukraine), for the establishment of an international Tribunal. For the resolution voted eleven security Council members, China, Venezuela And Angola abstained. In the vote was attended by the five permanent (Russia, USA, UK, France, China) And ten non-permanent (Angola, Venezuela, Jordan, Spain, Lithuania, Malaysia, Nigeria, New Zealand, Chad And Chile) members of the Council.
"There is no doubt that this issue will be deferred to the General Assembly of the United Nations, where Russia will not veto, which will probably 2 thirds of the voters to decide. And I have almost No doubt that this decision will be made at the UN General Assembly, " - said Parubiy in the air.
first press Secretary of the foreign Ministry of the Netherlands, who led the Agency, said that representatives of Malaysia, Ukraine, Netherlands, Australia And Belgium are considering 3 main options for alternative ways of creating the international Tribunal for inquiry disaster Malaysian Boeing after Russia vetoed the draft resolution in the UN. One option is to make the international court of justice, supported by five countries. The second is the organization of the court upon the request of the General Assembly of the United Nations. The third trial in the national court of one of the five countries.