Kyiv to propose publication of results of first stage of Malaysian Boeing crash inquiry - SBU
Ukraine intends to ask the Netherlands, Belgium and Australia to publish the results of the first stage of their investigation into the July 17 crash of the Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 in eastern Ukraine.
"Vasyl Vovk, Ukraine's co-chairman of the international group investigating the MH17 crash and head of the SBU Central Investigative Department, will suggest that his colleagues publish the results of the first stage of this inquiry in the near future. We plan to submit such a proposal to the Netherlands, Belgium and Australia, whose representatives are members of this group," Markian Lubkivsky, advisor to the SBU chief, said on his Facebook account on Friday.
"We are convinced that a media strategy for covering the investigation, which is currently being discussed by the group's participants, will allow them to make a positive decision, and the international community will be officially informed of its results in the near future," he said.
The Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 en route from Amsterdam (the Netherlands) to Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia) crashed in eastern Ukraine on July 17, killing all 298 people on board.
The international group investigating the air crash includes representatives of Australia, Belgium, the Netherlands and Ukraine.