July 24, 2014 20:11
Russian, Finnish PMs opposed to any pressure in probing Malaysian Boeing crash
MOSCOW. July 24 (Interfax) - Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev and his Finnish counterpart Alexander Stubb said they supported independent and objective investigation of the Malaysian Boeing crash in Ukraine.
The two prime ministers spoke on the telephone on Thursday upon the Finnish initiative, the Russian government press office told Interfax.
"Having offered condolences to families and friends of those killed in the Malaysian plane crash in the Ukrainian air space, Medvedev and Stubb stated common understanding that the catastrophe is most awful tragedy, and independent and objective investigation without any pressure on the inquiry should be held," the press office said.
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