The refusal of the Netherlands to disclose documents on the collapse of Boeing said about the fact that the requirement to make international court of justice is politicized, the head of the constitutional Department of the Federation Council Andrey Klishas.
The 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. Kiev has been charged in the crash militias, but they told that does not have the means that would shoot down aircraft at this altitude. Russia called on All countries participating in the investigation, to disclose information about the disaster. On Thursday, however, the Netherlands refused to declassify the documents on the collapse.
"The response of the Netherlands to the request of the media about the disclosure of all materials in the tragedy confirms that the requirement that a Tribunal is premature and politicized nature," Klishas said Fins news .
review of Senator, the information that " I want to hide the authorities of the Netherlands, apparently, does not fit in the official Western version of who's responsible for this catastrophe."
"All this confirms that the position of Russia on this question weighted and justified," - said Klishas.
Ukraine and the Netherlands on July 28, 2014 signed a Treaty on international missions of protection, investigations, objective - identify the causes of the disaster Malaysian airliner in the Donetsk region. This mission was created to aid the collection of remains and conduct the investigation at the crash site of the aircraft occurred on July 17 last year. The mission consists of experts and police officers from the Netherlands, Australia and other countries whose citizens were in the Boeing 777.