The Summit of the European Union on foreign policy on June 28 to 29 in Brussels could adopt a resolution on the crash of Malaysian Airlines passenger airliner MH17 in Ukraine, as stated in the documents for the European Council meeting, Interfax-Ukraine reports.
"It is expected that the European Council will adopt the conclusion on the crash of flight MH17, calling on the Russian Federation to take responsibility and to cooperate fully with all efforts to establish the truth, justice and responsibility,” stated the document that was circulated among journalists in the media center of the EU Council on Wednesday, June 27.
On July 17, 2014, a Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 was on route from Amsterdam, Netherlands to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia when it was shot down in the sky over the Donetsk region. All 298 people on board were killed.
Earlier, the Joint Investigation Team (JIT) that includes specialists from Australia, Belgium, Malaysia, Netherlands and Ukraine stated that a ground-to-air missile shot down the passenger aircraft in the East of Ukraine and that it was in the service of the 53rd anti-aircraft missile brigade of the Russian Armed Forces based in the Kursk region.