Ukrainian President Zelensky and Dutch Foreign Minister discuss MH17 crash investigation

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky met with the Dutch Foreign Minister Stef Blok. During the meeting, the parties discussed their cooperation to complete the investigation and conduct a trial in the case of the Boeing-777 Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 crash in the Donetsk region in 2014, reports the press service of Ukrainian President.

The Ukrainian President informed Stef Blok about the security situation in the Donbas, as well as the efforts to end a military conflict.

They also discussed the cooperation of the parties within the framework of the European and Euro-Atlantic Integration of Ukraine program.

"The Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands confirmed the considerable interest of the Dutch business to increase investment cooperation and also noted the readiness of the Dutch government to continue to support Ukraine on the implementation of structural reforms," reads the message.

Earlier, the Dutch Parliament voted to investigate the "Ukraine's role" in the MH17 crash. The party Christian Democratic Appeal of Netherlands filed a petition to investigate the fact that Ukraine has not closed the airspace over the Donbas that led to the crash of MH17 aircraft.

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