The foreign Minister of Australia, the Netherlands, Ukraine, Malaysia and Belgium have signed an open letter published on the last working day of the week in the newspaper, which urged the international Commonwealth to ensure a fair investigation of the disaster Malaysian Boeing in the sky over Eastern Ukraine, the victims of which were 298 people.
the foreign Minister once again stressed that the final report on the causes of the disaster Malaysian Boeing will be published in October 2015, while noting that part of the investigation teams from different countries, including experts from Russia and the United States, had a positive impact on the process of investigation.
"currently, when it is known that independent of the trial will be Over by the end of this year, our countries have asked the UN security Council to make an international court to bring to justice those responsible for the crash," according to the letter.
the court will be able to provide the highest level of transparency of the investigation, impartiality and commitment of all parties, that the extremely important for the families of all the victims of the MH17 catastrophe.
"Time is also extremely important: the delay in the search for justice is a denial of justice. Creating an international court before the publication of the long awaited results of the technical and criminal records, we will provide the opportunity for justice outside the framework of international and domestic policy ", - said in the text of the letter.
The Ministers of foreign Affairs of the five countries stressed that it is necessary not only to conduct an impartial trial, but also to prevent such tragedies in the future.
"The safety of air travel for all our Residents is a prerequisite for world peace and development of international relations ", - stated in the letter.
Malaysia introduced a draft decision on the establishment of the international Tribunal for the investigation of the MH17 crash near Donetsk in Ukraine in July 2014. With the proposal of the establishment of the Tribunal was made by Malaysia (liner owned Malaysian company), Australia, the Netherlands (most of the 298 people killed people in the cabin were the inhabitants of these countries), Ukraine and Belgium. Russia does not support this proposal. As said before, the Russian foreign Minister S. V. Lavrov, the collapse of the liner is the result of criminal lawlessness, and not a Danger to international peace and security, which implies the Malaysian draft decision. According to the Minister, the UN security Council in the situation With the crash Airliners never created tribunals, and the idea of its creation is intended to provide the guilt of those who are considered responsible Washington.