Malaysia wants full membership in the investigation of accident MH17
Mikhail Tsyganov. Malaysia is seeking full membership, not only the status of a participant of a criminal investigation disasters in the East of Ukraine Malaysian Boeing, said the chief of police of the Kingdom Khalid Abu Bakar (Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar).
" Involved in the investigation, the parties are required to include us in the team (investigators), while at the present time, we are just a party ", - quotes the words of a police officer printed edition." otherwise it will be difficult to participate in the investigation, " he added, noting also the intention on 3 December to fly to the Netherlands together with the attorney General of Malaysia Abdul Gani by Patala (Abdul Gani Patail) to discuss this issue with leading the proceedings by the authorities.
first Malaysian Minister of transport Liow Tiong Lai (Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai said that the country wants to participate in the criminal investigation and reported its decision to the Dutch side, which leads the process and appoints the members of the group." Although the composition of the core group on inquiry (already) includes Ukraine, Australia and Belgium, Malaysia while waiting for a decision on its request for accession, " he said.
in early November during a visit to Malaysia Netherlands Prime Minister Mark Rutte his Malaysian counterpart Najib Razak said that Kuala Lumpur will be closely cooperating with the Netherlands and Australia, to solve 3 main tasks: to find the remains and personal belongings of all passengers of the liner, to conduct a thorough investigation and to prosecute under the criminal code of all the perpetrators of the tragedy.
Boeing, a flight from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur, crashed on July 17, in the Donetsk region. In the interior of the liner was 298 people. They all lost their lives. The Kyiv authorities have charged in the crash militias, those told that they do not have the tools that would allow to shoot down aircraft at this altitude. In the preliminary report on the inquiry stated that the plane was destroyed in flight due to structural damage caused by external impact of multiple high-energy objects ", but the source of these objects to install failed.