Ukrainian, Dutch foreign chiefs discuss another steps for punishing perpetrators of Malaysian Boeing crash
Ukrainian Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin and his Dutch counterpart Bert Koenders have discussed further joint actions of Ukraine, the Netherlands, Belgium and Malaysia meant to punish people guilty of downing MH17 Malaysian Boeing in east of Ukraine.
As the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry's press service said, further actions of the countries to bring to justice perpetrators of downed Boeing "were discussed in the frames of the Russia-imposed veto on UN Security Council's resolution that should have established international tribunal to investigate into the given case."
Besides, as a part of the working visit to Netherlands, Klimkin with Koenders talked on the ongoing developments in the eastern part of Ukraine, in particular, implementation of the Minsk accords, illegal detention of Ukrainian citizens in Russia.
The two foreign chiefs also exchanged opinions over priorities of Dutch presidency of EU in the first half of 2016.