News agency 'Vchasno'

Ukraine and the Netherlands Will Exchange Data on the MH17 Plane Crash in Donbass

Ukraine and the Netherlands are planning to exchange information on the case of the downed Malaysian Boeing-777.

Ukraine and the Netherlands will soon sign a memorandum on the exchange of information on the case of the Boeing 777 flight MH-17 that were downed in 2014, which will help the official Kiev in the lawsuit against Russia.

It was reported by Deputy Foreign Minister for European Integration Elena Zerkal on the air of 5 Channel, IA "Vchasno" reports.

"The Dutch do not want the work that was done to be questioned. We are now working on signing of a memorandum on the exchange of information, since the downed Boeing is part of our lawsuit against Russia regarding the financing of terrorism, namely the supply of weapons to destroy this aircraft", Zerkal said.

She also said that the memorandum on data exchange will be signed in the near future.

In early July, Ukraine and the Netherlands signed a bilateral agreement on international legal cooperation on crimes related to the catastrophe. It allows the prosecution of those responsible for the death of all victims from 17 countries of the world.

Earlier, an international group of journalistic investigations Bellingcat published a new investigation in which it is proved that the «Buk» anti-aircraft missile system, from which the Boeing of Malaysian airlines was shot down over the Donbass, was in service of the Russian 53 antiaircraft missile brigade.