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 Results of investigation into MH17 downing to be made public Oct. 13

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This was announced by the Dutch side on the meeting of Ukraine's President Poroshenko with the leaders of Australia, the Netherlands, Belgium, and Malaysia in New York.

Censor.NET reports citing the presidential press office.

The heads of the delegations of the states-members of the Joint Group to investigate the crash of the MH17 aircraft have expressed their disappointment with Russia's veto in the UN Security Council July 29 during the voting for a resolution on the creation of a tribunal to investigate the crash.

The representatives of Australia, the Netherlands, Belgium, Malaysia, and Ukraine have agreed on further coordination and joint efforts to bring to justice those responsible for the downing of the Malaysian Boeing.

The Dutch side has informed that the results of the international independent investigation will be presented Oct. 13.

The interlocutors also stressed the importance of the initiative of Ukraine on the establishment of the International Day of Commemoration of the Victims of Terrorist Attacks.

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