The Prime Minister of Malaysia noted the progress made in the case of MH17, after a meeting with Putin

Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak noted “positive steps on the path to justice” for the families of those killed in the crash over the Donbass after the meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin in the framework of the ASEAN summit in Sochi. A statement published on the website of the Prime Minister.

“I saw that we made positive steps on the path to justice for families and victims of MH17, when I and the Russian President agreed that our further actions will be determined after will outline the research results of the joint investigation team in October,” — said in a statement.

Also Razak called on all parties not to succumb to speculation and not to make premature conclusions.

Earlier, Reuters, citing the Australian Agency Fairfax Media reported that the relatives of the victims of the crash Malaysian Boeing from Australia, New Zealand and Malaysia filed with the European court of human rights class action against Russia and President Putin. according to the Agency, the relatives are demanding compensation of $10 million for each victim.

The Kremlin said that they do not have any information confirming the fact of the filing of this lawsuit.

July 17, 2014 passenger Boeing Malaysia Airlines, carrying out flight MH17 from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur, crashed over the territory of Donetsk region, which was controlled by the militias. Aviakatastrofe claimed the lives of 298 people.

In October 2015, the security Council of the Netherlands published the results of the investigation, according to which the airliner was shot down by a missile “earth — air” of anti-aircraft missile complex “Buk”. Who could shoot down the plane, the investigation is not specified. In the present investigation is also conducting an international investigation team.