MEPs adopted decisions in connection with the liquidation of the Russian politician Boris Nemtsov remembered crashed in 2010 the plane of the Polish President Lech Kaczynski and disaster Malaysian Boeing in Ukraine.
"(The European Parliament) again expresses concern, as has been shown in previous resolutions, the refusal of the Russian authorities to cooperate with an independent and international investigation into the accident (Ukraine) airplane (flight) MH17 ", - reported in the text adopted at the plenary session on Thursday in Strasbourg decisions in connection with the liquidation Nemtsov. The resolution was represented by five factions EP.
Boeing, EN route from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur, crashed on July 17, in the Donetsk region. Lost his life 298 people. In September 2014 the Netherlands has published a preliminary report, which means that the plane broke up in flight due to structural damage caused by external impact of multiple high-energy objects ", but the source of these objects to install failed. The Ministry of foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation stated that the West has forgotten the proceedings of the accident to Boeing in Ukraine and Moscow alone agitating to disclose at least the intermediate results.
"(EP) agitating the Russian authorities to immediately return to Poland the wreckage of a Polish government Tupolev Tu-154 aircraft and all " black boxes ".(EP) emphasizes the fact that the level of dependence of the Russian judicial system from the authorities undermines any impartial or fair trial, agitate (to spend) international and independent investigation of the causes of the crash of the Polish government Tu-154, " reads the decision.
in the crash of the presidential plane Tu-154 near Smolensk lost the lives of 96 people - eight crew members and 88 passengers, and among them the head of Poland Lech Kaczynski, his wife and part of the leadership of the country. The interstate aviation Committee (IAC) in 2011 published the final report on the results of technical investigations, according to which the immediate cause of the accident is recognized as the solution of the crew not to go on alternate aerodrome, and systemic causes of faults in flight and crew training.
in January this year, Russia's envoy to the EU Vladimir Chizhov said that the Russian Federation will give Poland all debris crashed near Smolensk plane after completion of the investigation.