The court will be more than a year to consider the matter

The meeting will be broadcast online. For this case, the Netherlands amended legislation – part of the hearings will be held in English.

The first court session on the case of downed flight MH17 Malaysia Airlines in the Hague is scheduled for March 9, 2020. On Friday, 29 November, reports the NL Times.

It is noted that the courthouse during the hearings will be hard to protect, but the meeting will be broadcast online. For the consideration of the case of the Netherlands even changed the law – now part of the hearings will be held in English.

The courtroom will seat five hundred journalists, and the meetings will be held within 25 weeks: 9-13 March, 23-27 March, 8 June-3 July and 31 August to 13 November. The court will also consider the case in 2021 from 1 February to 26 March. Victims will be given the opportunity to perform in one of the courtrooms. However, it is unclear whether someone of the accused to attend the meetings.

Lead case will be the three judges of the District court of the Hague.

We will remind, on July 17, 2014 the plane Boeing 777 airlines Malaysia Airlines, flying from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur crashed in the Donetsk region. All 298 people on Board were killed.

In may 2018, the joint investigation group summed up the first results of the investigation of the incident. The findings, Boeing was shot down by Russian anti-aircraft system Buk, which was taken on the South-East of Ukraine with the 53rd anti-aircraft missile brigade near Kursk.

In June 2019, the public Prosecutor’s office filed charges in the case of the crash of flight MH17 in the Donbas in 2014, four suspects: Igor Girkin (Strelkov), Sergey Dubinsky, Oleg Pulatova and Leonid Kharchenko.

In Russia the involvement of the Russian military to the incident with the Malaysian Boeing in denial.

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