Malaysia will find an alternative way to deal with the case about the crash in Eastern Ukraine plane of Malaysia Airlines after Russia blocked the UN security Council a draft decision on the establishment of the international Tribunal for the disaster, said on Sunday the Minister of transport of the Kingdom of Liow Tiong Lai.
"We need to consider a" plan B " either we form an interstate court, or forward the matter to the International criminal court (ICC) ", - quotes its Internet portal.
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.
in September the Netherlands has 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. The final report of the Security Council of the Netherlands on the causes of the disaster will be placed in the first part of October 2015.
the security Council on 29 July, the UN considered the initiative of a number of countries on the establishment of the international Tribunal for the plane's crash in Ukraine. Russia blocked a draft decision. As said in this regard, 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 suggested the 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.
The ICC is the first permanent international body of criminal justice, was established on the basis of the Rome Statute of 1998 and started the process of work in 2002. Countries become parties to the ICC, and lawlessness committed by their citizens or on their territory - jurisdiction over him, after the ratification of the Rome Statute, which as of April 2013 made by 122 countries.
Malaysia until there is not a state party to the ICC, and International obozrevatelya reputable Malaysian edition of the New Straits Times Saseline Zainal Abidin before urged to refrain from such a step for a variety of reasons. For example, in the 13 years since the founding of this court, to the countries participating in the Rome Statute had to collect on its content is more than billion dollars, But in all that time condemned the ICC only 2 people, said a former employee of the Malaysian mission to the United Nations.