The New Zealand government praises the Joint investigation Team for performing depth investigation in Malaysia Airlines flight MH 17 on Thursday.
In July 2014, MH17 flight drowned into the sea. Around 298 people lost their lives, including a New Zealand citizen and a New Zealand resident, Foreign Minister Murray McCully said.
“We stay focused on guaranteeing there is responsibility for this unfortunate episode,” said McCully. “This report, which depends on a meticulous, fair and cautious examination, brings up some intense issues,” he said. “The Joint Investigation Team’s arrival of its preparatory discoveries is a critical stride towards responsibility.”
New Zealand kept on asking all nations to completely participate with the examination, as required under Security Council determination 2166. “The casualties of this disaster and their families merit this much,” he said.
The Joint Investigation Team, which involved investigative powers from The Netherlands, Ukraine, Malaysia, Australia and Belgium, discharged its between time report into the MH17 fiasco on September 28 in The Hague.