The Netherlands hope soon will be found an alternative to the establishment of the international Tribunal for the collapse of the Malaysian Boeing in Ukraine, said in an interview Last news Ambassador of the Netherlands in Moscow Ron van Dartel.
"on the agenda continue to be accommodated determine how you will reward people who are responsible for the tragedy. Currently we are in the process of discussion with countries in the international investigation team that can be the best alternative to the Tribunal, and I dream that the outcome of those discussions will soon be known, " - said the diplomat.
Passenger Boeing 777 organization Malaysia Airlines flying from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur flight MH17, crashed on July 17 of last year in Donetsk region. Lost his life 298 persons. Kiev was subjected to charges of the collapse of the liner militias, but they told that don't have the means that would shoot down aircraft at this altitude.
The UN security Council has considered July 29, 2015 the initiative of several countries on the establishment of the international Tribunal for connection to justice the perpetrators of the collapse of the Malaysian Boeing. Russia blocked 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). As he said in this regard, the Russian foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, the collapse of the liner is the result of criminal lawlessness, not the Danger to international peace and security, which suggested the draft decision. According to the Minister, the UN security Council in the situation with the crash of the Airliners never created tribunals, and the idea of its creation is to provide the guilt of those whom Washington considers responsible.
in September, the Netherlands published a preliminary report about the crash, confirming that the plane broke up in flight due to " structural damage caused by external impact of multiple high-energy objects ". However, the source of these objects has not been established.