Zakharova called “unfair fantasy” the rumors of the recognition of Russia guilt for the downed “Boeing”

Zakharova called “unfair fantasy” the rumors of the recognition of Russia guilt for the downed “Boeing”

Moscow. 14 Feb. INTERFAX.RU — Reports that Russia is ready to discuss the issue of compensation and the admission of guilt for the collapse of the Malaysian “Boeing” — fake, said Thursday the official representative of Russian foreign Ministry Maria Zakharova.

She stressed that we are talking about documented correspondence and expressed consent of the Netherlands and Australia.

“Free interpretation of the statements of the Russian foreign Ministry, alleged Russia, having agreed to consultation demonstrates a willingness to accept responsibility in the matter of the Malaysian Boeing — it’s just a fantasy, not bona fideI. The same applies to reflections about the possibility of discussion in the consultations some kind of compensation as again, some kind of atonement. This is a fake“, — said Zakharov.

Earlier, Western media reported that the Netherlands hopes to soon launch formal negotiations with Russia on the issue of responsibility for the crash of flight MH17 in Eastern Ukraine in 2014. “We are in contact with Russia on the issue of national ownership through diplomatic channels. We are increasingly confident that we will soon start negotiations”, — said the foreign Ministry of the Netherlands.

The Minister of foreign Affairs of the Netherlands Stef Blok, in turn, said that diplomatic contacts with Russia, aimed at initiating formal negotiations are held in “positive atmosphere”:

Occur diplomatic contacts aimed to find out whether it is possible to start formal negotiations on the national responsibility for the crash of MH17.

“Boeing-777” “Malaysian airlines”, carrying out flight MH17 Amsterdam (Netherlands) — Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia) was shot down in the skies over the Donetsk region on 17 July 2014. On Board were 298 people. They all died. Russia rejects allegations of involvement in the crash of an airliner.