In the report of the security Council of the Netherlands about the results of the investigation into the crash in Eastern Ukraine Boeing-777 Malaysia Airlines, there are no accusations against Russia or the militia, said the head of Ministry of transport Malaysia Tiong Lai LIOU.
"We don't see any accusations against Russia or any of the separatist groups," he was quoted Malaysian journal Star. According to Bark, " this report is important to us as a means to find out the cause of the accident, but not responsible ", reports RIA " Novosti ".
Russian Ambassador to Malaysia said Valery Yermolov, the Russian diplomats managed to achieve understanding of the Malaysian authorities and the people of Malaysia to Russia's position on the issue of the crash and the investigation into this tragedy. Russia has done everything possible that in this difficult situation to provide for Malaysia's access to information and materials related to the disaster, had at its disposal, he said. Review policy, now Malaysia's position in relation to the investigation is to "not to provide anybody the finger," until will not be completed, all investigations, until no conclusions will be drawn of the respective committees presented their reports. The foreign Ministry of Russia on the last working day of the week said that the Russian Federation intends to propose to the Netherlands again to start the proceedings of the crash Malaysian Boeing. Remember, the security Council of the Netherlands, which for fifteen months conducted a trial of the reasons of accident Malaysian Boeing in Eastern Ukraine, on Tuesday showed the final report. Last week, leading the print edition of the Malaysian New Straits Times, quoting the Deputy head of Rosaviation Oleg Storchevoy, said that the Netherlands, which coordinates the work of the investigation group on the Malaysian Boeing, left without attention, " a comprehensive set of data provided by Russia ". The plane crash Boeing 777 " Malaysian airlines ", which was flying from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur, was on July 17 last year over the territory of Donetsk region of Ukraine, controlled by DND. In the cabin of the ship were 298 people. Survivors of a plane crash not happened. Last week, leading the print edition of the Malaysian New Straits Times, quoting the Deputy head of Rosaviation Oleg Storchevoy, said that the Netherlands, which coordinates the work of the investigation group on the Malaysian Boeing, left without attention, " a comprehensive set of data provided by Russia ".