In Vietnam, during his visit to South-East Asia, David Cameron urged to consider alternative options for the establishment of the tribunal on the Malaysian Boeing-777 crash in Ukraine, Joinfo.ua reports referring to BBC.
“Justice must prevail. Let us not forget that Britons as well as hundreds of other people died on this flight. If we can not establish the tribunal through the United Nations, we have to consider alternative ptions,” said the head of the British government.
David Cameron intends to raise the issue of the investigation into the crash at the meeting with the Malaysian authorities.
It should be recalled that on July 29, the UN Security Council has not approved the resolution on establishing the tribunal to prosecute those responsible for the Malaysian Boeing-777 crash. The document, suggested by Ukraine, Malaysia, Australia, the Netherlands and Belgium, was supported by 11 member states of the Security Council, three abstained and only Russia voted negatively, vetoed and blocked the adoption of the resolution.