NGOs: MH17 probe has major issues, Netherlands trial should be suspended

GOMBAK: Five years after the shooting down of Malaysian Airlines flight MH17, three NGOs are calling for a meeting between the Prime Ministers of Malaysia and the Netherlands to discuss suspending the March 2020 trial of the case.

The Perdana Global Peace Foundation, International Movement for a Just World (JUST) and Global Research said they had come up with an action plan in response to the findings of the Dutch-led investigation into the MH17 tragedy.

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