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The case of MH17 on the merits will not commence before 2021

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.

Against Kiev began an investigation of uncovered sky in the area of the crash MH17

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.

Amsterdam to find out why Kiev did not close the sky with the crash of MH17

Amsterdam to find out why Ukraine has not closed the sky over the area of the crash Malaysian Boeing, told RIA Novosti in the Ministry of foreign Affairs of the Netherlands. The investigation is conducted by the flight safety Foundation.

In June a Dutch lawyer Boudewijn van Eyck, representing the interests of the accused Russian Oleg Pulatova, said that the Hague agreed to examine the circumstances under which Kiev is not closed airspace for civil aviation in the conflict zone in Eastern Ukraine. According to him, such investigation may take up to six months. Press Secretary of Prosecutor's office of the Netherlands, Bregtje van de Modak explained to RIA Novosti that it is kept separately from the criminal proceedings on the crash.

The commemoration ceremony of victims of the crash of MH17 will be held in online mode

The commemoration ceremony of the victims in the crash of the Malaysian Boeing flight MH17 in Eastern Ukraine on 17 July 2014 will be held in online mode because of the pandemic coronavirus, according to Dutch TV channel NOS.

The commemoration ceremony of victims of the crash will be held at the memorial established in memory of the victims near the Schiphol airport near Amsterdam. Because of the situation with the spread of the coronavirus in the world the relatives of the victims are unable to come together on the occasion of the sixth anniversary of the crash, so the ceremony will be attended only four representatives of the Foundation for relatives of the victims, the trumpeter and the operators of the TV channel NOS, which will conduct online broadcast of the event. During the ceremony will be read the names of the dead, then held a moment of silence.

The ECHR has registered a lawsuit in the Netherlands against Russia for MH17 Boeing

. The European court of human rights in Strasbourg has registered a lawsuit in the Netherlands against Russia over the shot down in 2014 Boeing MH17. The corresponding document was published on the website of the ECHR.

As noted in the text, the Dutch government claims that the plane allegedly knocked out by Russian anti-aircraft "Buk". The Russian side has repeatedly denied any involvement in the tragedy.

Expert: consideration of the ECHR in complaint of the Hague on the MH17 could take ten years

Complaint by the Netherlands against Russia in the ECHR in the case of the collapse of Boieng (flight MH17) in Ukraine in 2014 may be accepted for consideration a year and a half with requests to the justice Ministry, and the examination may last for 6-10 years, told RIA Novosti chief editor of the official scientific and analytical journal "Bulletin of the ECHR" Yuri Berestnev.

On Friday, the government of the Netherlands issued a statement in which it announced the intention to file a lawsuit against Russia with the European court of human rights (ECHR) in connection with the crash of flight MH17. Later the Strasbourg court, RIA Novosti has confirmed the fact of receipt of the complaint, it is considered. The Russian foreign Ministry regarded the complaint as another blow to Russian-Dutch relations.

Ukraine welcomed the lawsuit in the Netherlands against Russia in the ECHR because of MH17

The Ukrainian authorities welcome the decision of the government of the Netherlands to sue Russia in the European court of human rights (ECHR) in connection with the crash of flight MH17, said Deputy foreign Minister of Ukraine Yevhen Yenin.

The Dutch government on Friday announced the decision to file a lawsuit against Russia with the ECHR in connection with the crash of flight MH17. The justice Ministry said that the ECHR notifies Russia of a case. In a press-service of the court RIA Novosti reported that the complaint of the Netherlands has already received and is under consideration. 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.

The foreign Ministry commented on the decision of the Netherlands to file a lawsuit to the ECHR to Russia

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 Netherlands plans to submit to the ECHR the new data in the case of MH17

The Netherlands, recourse to the ECHR against Russia on the case about the crash of flight MH17 will provide the court with new information on the case, said in a letter to Dutch Ministry of foreign Affairs, addressed the House of representatives of the country (at the disposal of RIA Novosti).

The Dutch government on Friday announced the decision to file a lawsuit against Russia with the ECHR in connection with the crash of flight MH17. The justice Ministry said that the ECHR notifies Russia of a case. In a press-service of the court RIA Novosti said that the complaint of the Netherlands enrolled in the ECHR and is under consideration. 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.

The Netherlands spoke about the consultations with Russia on the MH17 case

Australia, the Netherlands and Russia continue tripartite consultations in the case of the crash of flight MH17 in Eastern Ukraine, but to achieve the result can take years, said in a letter to the Ministry of foreign Affairs of the Netherlands dated 10 July 2020, addressed the House of representatives of the country (at the disposal of RIA Novosti).

The Dutch government on Friday announced the decision to file a lawsuit against Russia with the ECHR in connection with the crash of flight MH17. The justice Ministry said that the ECHR notifies Russia of a case. In a press-service of the court RIA Novosti said that the complaint of the Netherlands enrolled in the ECHR and is under consideration.

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