Australia urged Russia to cooperate in MH17


The Minister for foreign Affairs of Australia Julie Bishop said that those responsible for the crash of flight MH17 in the Donbas can be tried in absentia, Reuters reports.

“Can it be that the case will be considered in absentia”, she said.

Bishop urged Russia to comply with each paragraph of the resolution 2166 of the UN Security Council, the author of which is Australia.

“It provides for the cooperation of all States to prosecute perpetrators of the Holocaust”, – said the head of the foreign Ministry.

Earlier it was reported that the case of the crash of MH17 in Eastern Ukraine are scheduled in the court of the Netherlands.

In the crash of a Malaysian airlines plane were killed including 38 Australians.

According to the current results of the investigation by the international investigation team, it is believed that the plane was shot down by a missile fired from a Buk missile system.

Press Secretary of the President of Russia Dmitry Peskov said that these data cannot be considered “final truth”. To date the final results of the investigation into MH17 is not.