Relatives of the dead passengers Boeing, carrying out flight MH17, going to submit to the Tribunal for Ukraine, which has not closed the airspace above the ground, where it held its own power operation.
Authorities should have powers to ensure the safety of passenger transport, but this task can not cope.
Prepared by the international Commission's final report on the crash of the passenger liner Boeing 777, carrying out flight MH17 from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur, and the victim of the crash in the airspace of Ukraine, have left many questions about the tragedy, notice professionals. Namely, amazingly, the position of Ukraine, which on the scale of the military operation against the population of Donbass launched the actual fighting on the terrain of the region, although there have not closed the airspace from judgments of safety.
So, only during the from 14 to 17 July 2014, 61 companies from 32 States paved the flights of private aircraft over the war zone, reports TASS. The day of the catastrophe - July 17th - prior to the closing of air space over this place managed to fly more than 160 commercial aircraft. The creators of the report indicate that Ukraine had enough reason to close the airspace, but did not.
Therefore, the responsibility for the tragedy lies with the authorities of the powers who had the opportunity to prevent a catastrophe. The relatives are considering filing a lawsuit against the Ukrainian authorities, says the article major Malaysian newspaper New Straits Times. What the result of this initiative will be able to demonstrate time.
Note that after the publication of the technical report, the Minister of transport of Malaysia, Liow Tiong Lai said that "the members of the International civil aviation organization (ICAO) should be able to provide important information about the resulting risks of flight." "Organizations need to create a device of the homologous distribution of information among member countries and airlines," he added.
Remember, Boeing company Malaysia Airlines flying from Amsterdam (the Netherlands) to Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia), crashed on 17 July 2014 in Donetsk region. Killed all 298 people aboard. Moscow has often expressed frustration with the lack of an adequate level of interaction with local professionals to the international investigation of the crash MH17.
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