The proceedings of the crash Malaysian Boeing (flight MH17) in Eastern Ukraine will essentially begin no earlier than 2021, said the Prosecutor's office of the Netherlands.
"The trial of MH17 will continue on 31 August 2020.... It is expected that hearings will not begin until 2021," reads the message published on the website of the Prosecutor's office.
Experts examine the role of Kiev in the case of the crash of the Malaysian Boeing, told RIA Novosti in the Ministry of foreign Affairs of the Netherlands.
"The investigation has already begun, it is held by a third party — by the flight safety Foundation.
Russia believes the appeal of the Netherlands to the European court of human rights another blow to relations between the two countries, said the Minister.
According to diplomats, this step will lead to a further politicization of the process and impede the search for truth.
The claim of the Netherlands against Russia in the ECHR in connection with the crash of the Malaysian Boeing in Ukraine in 2014 there is no prospect, this legal nonsense, said RIA Novosti member of the international Committee of Council of Federation Oleg Morozov.
The Dutch government on Friday announced the decision to file a lawsuit against Russia with the European court of human rights in connection with the crash of flight MH17. The Russian foreign Ministry said that the lawsuit will impede the search for truth, and the Netherlands from the beginning on the path of unilateral imposing on Russia the blame for the crash of MH17.
A member of the Duma Committee on international Affairs Anton Morozov called the accusations of the Netherlands against Russia in connection with the crash of flight MH17 false, politicized and which has no legal prospects, noting that Russia does not have the capacity to run "even theoretically" missiles from the territory of Ukraine.
Earlier, the government of the Netherlands said that the state will file a lawsuit against Russia with the European court of human rights (ECHR) in connection with the crash of flight MH17.
The investigating judge will examine the question of the conditions of the re-request data of US satellites in the crash of flight MH17, told RIA Novosti press-Secretary of Prosecutor's office of Brechtje van de Mosdac.
The presiding judge Hendrick of Stenches at a hearing on Friday said that it would be reasonable to revert to the United States for satellite images from the crash site of flight MH17 in Eastern Ukraine in 2014.
Court hearings in the Netherlands in the case of the collapse of the Malaysian Boeing in the East of Ukraine in 2014 will continue on Friday, July 3, said the presiding judge Hendrick of Stenches.
"We expect that on Friday, July 3, we will be able to voice our decisions... So we interrupt our meeting to Friday, July 3, 13.30," - said the judge at the hearing on the crash on Friday. It has been broadcast on the court's website.
Protection in the case about the crash Boeing in the East of Ukraine in 2014, asked the court to 8 weeks after the meeting with his client Vladimir Pulatov for the formation of new requests, said the Dutch lawyer Sabine ten Doeschate a court hearing in the Netherlands on Tuesday.
"We need more time than that which we want to highlight the Prosecutor's office... There are many issues that we need to discuss in detail with our customer. We can't predict when it will happen, but we're definitely not going to wait too long. Our suggestion is: after 8 weeks after we visit our customer, we will present our requests", - said the lawyer.
Hearings on the case of the crash of the Malaysian Boeing (flight MH17) in Eastern Ukraine in 2014 will continue on Friday, June 26, said the presiding judge Hendrick of Stenches a court hearing in the Netherlands on Tuesday.
"We interrupt our meeting to Friday, 10:00," - said the judge.
The Prosecutor's office of the Netherlands lead an international investigation of the crash Malaysian Boeing in Ukraine in 2014, faced with many obstacles during the investigation of the causes of the crash, which could not impact on the quality of its results, which is why the case is not yet ready to be considered by the court, said the Dutch lawyer Boudewijn van Eyck, representing the interests of the accused Oleg Pulatova, at the hearing on Monday.
"The number done during investigation work are not necessarily an indication that the investigation was successful. When the Prosecutor read out the report, it became apparent that the way the investigation was a huge number of obstacles that made this difficult. Of course, this could not affect the results of the investigation", - said the lawyer.
Hearings on the case of the crash of the Malaysian Boeing (flight MH17) in Ukraine in 2014, resumed on Monday in very secure complex Schiphol in the Netherlands.
Further hearings on the case started on 8 June. At the meetings held on 8-10 June, the public Prosecutor's office submitted its report on the interim results of the investigation of the crash, which was criticized by the Russian side. In particular, the state provided data forensic investigation, including analysis of the bodies and aircraft parts, as well as research in the field of telecommunications, including interception of talks in the East of Ukraine at the time of the crash. At the hearing, the Prosecutor told about how he viewed different versions of what happened, including a version of how weapons could be hit by a plane, as laid down by the alleged involvement of four accused to the plane crash.
The investigation in the Netherlands, accusing Russia in the case of the crash of flight MH17, trying to deflect any suspicion from Ukraine, said the official representative of Russian foreign Ministry Maria Zakharova.
"During his speeches, Dutch prosecutors have tried to withdraw from Ukraine any suspicion that Ukrainian air defenses on the day of the disaster in the area of the tragedy, allegedly did not function, however, the world-known materials, which Ukrainian officials posed on the background are deployed in the area of so-called anti-terrorist operation "Beech" in the combat state, and the prosecution clearly indicates that the SAM "Buk" armed forces of Ukraine were located not only around, but in the vicinity of the scene of the tragedy. And all this against the backdrop of claims that Russia is supposedly acting in good faith, trying to lead investigators to a dead end and so on," said Zakharova, commenting on the past 8-10 June hearing on the collapse of the Malaysian Boeing in the Netherlands.
Among the witnesses in the case of the collapse of the Malaysian Boeing (flight MH17) in Ukraine in 2014 is the bodyguard of Ukrainian Leonid Kharchenko, who is accused in the case, and his subordinate, allegedly involved in the Stripping of SAM "Buk" towards Russia after the crash, said the Dutch Prosecutor Thijs Berger at the hearing.
The investigation team for MH17, headed by the Netherlands calls Kharchenko, a former field commander of the militia of Donbass.
An epidemiologist from Kursk Kirill Kuznetsov free of charge treats the residents of Kenya. For the first time in Africa it was eight years ago. Since returned there again and again to provide medical assistance to the needy. Kuznetsov himself has repeatedly hurt that heals others. In the "service record" — malaria, typhoid, brucellosis. However, such costs profession did not frighten you. The inhabitants of the African slums of the Kursk, the doctor replaces an ambulance: patients do not rebound either by day or by night.
Kirill Kuznetsov, 32 years old, he works in the small Kenyan town of Kitale, on the border with Uganda. "Now I'm in the middle of the desert of Turkana, in the seven-hour drive from Kitale. With the appearance of a large village by local standards — city. Try a couple of times a month to get out to remote areas where people are about doctors at all did not hear, — says Kirill. — I'm not here alone, with a friend — he is from the Ukraine, but long settled in Africa. We do not simply treat people — even teach the basic rules of hygiene. And the main task — to local able to host a clinic".