Dutch FM meets MH17 families in Kuala Lumpur
Dateline: Kuala Lumpur - 28 March 2019
Date: 03/28/2019 12:04 PM
Kuala Lumpur – 28 March 2019
1. Various of Dutch foreign minister Stef Blok talking to Malaysian MH17 next of kin
3. Various of Dutch foreign minister Stef Blok talking to Malaysian MH17 next of kin
4. Malaysian deputy foreign minister Marsuki Yahya (center) talking to MH17 next of kin
5. Dutch foreign minister Stef Blok giving speech to Malaysian MH17 next of kin
6. Various of Malaysian MH17 next of kin
7. Sign (English) reading "Residence of the ambassador of the Netherlands"
8. Exterior of embassy residence with van driving through gate
Dutch foreign minister Stef Blok on Thursday met Malaysian families who lost loved ones when Malaysian Airlines MH17 was shot down over Ukraine four years ago.
Blok's low-key meeting in Kuala Lumpur was to brief the Malaysians on action being taken by the Netherlands and other countries over the case.
The Netherlands has said it holds Russia responsible for providing the missile that brought down the jet, causing the deaths of all 298 people aboard.
Two thirds of the victims were from the Netherlands.
International investigators last year said they had strong evidence the Buk missile system that shot down the Boeing 777 plane came from a Russia-based military unit.
Russia has denied involvement.