The UN security Council will propose to approve the development Tribunal for the crash of the Malaysian Boeing in Ukraine in two months, said the Minister of foreign Affairs Pavlo Klimkin.
As highlighted in the article, " the foreign Minister said that five countries, investigating the Downing of the Malaysian airliner in Ukraine last year, will again try to obtain the approval of the UN security Council on the development of the Tribunal to prosecute ". Klimkin said that Australia, Belgium, Malaysia, the Netherlands and Ukraine believe that the development of the Tribunal is " the best option from a political and legal perspective ", informs news Agency referring to the Associated Press.
"We are not going to abandon it," he said." In two months we will have the last and final report (on the investigation), and what do you say Russia in two months? We certainly will try again with all the support of the international brotherhood ", - said Klimkin. On Thursday the Director of the division of policy and communications Ministry of foreign Affairs of Ukraine Alexey Makeev said that the veto imposed by Russia in the UN security Council on the conclusion about the creation of the international Tribunal for the downed Boeing in the Donbass 777, didn't stop the work on the creation of such a Tribunal, which " goes straight at this moment in new York ". Malaysia, the Netherlands, Australia, Belgium and Ukraine investigating options for litigation, alternative to the international Tribunal, it is proposed 3 options: international court of justice, created with the assistance of five countries