Relatives of those killed in the MH-17 plane crash sent a letter to EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Federica Mogherini asking for help in gathering more information about the Malaysian Boeing crash, in particular, in getting radar images, Dutch edition NLTimes reports.
The family members believe that Russia, Ukraine and the United States have not released all ‘relevant information’, says the report.
According to the authors of the letter, Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte has fewer tools for action, because a criminal investigation is currently ongoing in the Netherlands. According to them, the EU could increase the pressure and help in this matter.
Earlier, the Dutch government said they did not plan to refer to the radar data through international channels, as they considered that the available data were sufficient for the criminal investigation.
Preliminary results of the investigation should be made public by the Dutch prosecutor's office on September 28.
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