The head of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko believes that the Russian Federation should be denied the right of veto in the UN security Council, as a similar move will make it more effective, however, opposed the exclusion of Russia from the security Council of an international organization.
in July, Russia has blocked the UN security Council a draft decision on the establishment of the international Tribunal for the trial of blame for the Downing of the Malaysian airliner MH17 in Eastern Ukraine in July 2014. Secretary of Council of national security and defense of Ukraine Oleksandr Turchynov made the initiative to adjust in the UN Charter, to deprive the Russian Federation of the right of veto in the security Council.
"I think that they have the opportunity to be in the security Council, but I think that the Russian Federation should be denied the right of veto in those conflicts where it is a party. A similar move will not only make the mechanisms of the security Council more effective, It will return to these mechanisms effectiveness, because now the security Council is blocked and unable to perform its role, " said Poroshenko in conversation.
He said that he hoped the development of the international Tribunal for the collapse of the Malaysian Boeing in the process of the General Assembly of the United Nations.
Passenger Boeing 777 organization Malaysia Airlines flying from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur flight MH17 that crashed on July 17 last year in the Donetsk region. Lost the lives of 298 people. Kiev was subjected to charges of collapse of the liner of the militia, but they told that does not have the means that would shoot down aircraft at this altitude.
The twenty-ninth of July, a year after the crash of the Malaysian airliner, 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 has blocked a draft decision are shown from the face of the group of countries conducting the proceedings of the crash (Australia, Netherlands, Malaysia, Belgium and Ukraine) on the creation of an international Tribunal.