Memorial unveiled for Malaysia Airlines crash victims

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Investigators past year said they had pinpointed 100 people they want to speak to who are believed to have been involved in transporting the Buk missile launcher or its use.

"Boeing-777" Malaysia Airlines, a flight Amsterdam-Kuala Lumpur, was shot down in the Donbass, near Snizhne, Donetsk region on July 17, 2014.

We will remind, on July 17 will mark three years since the tragedy.

A Dutch-led investigation, that includes Australians, has concluded that the Buk missile that downed MH17 was sacked from rebel-held territory in eastern Ukraine from a launcher that had crossed the border from Russian Federation. All 298 passengers and crew died in the crash. Russian Federation has denied any involvement, and denounced the conclusions as politically biased.

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"We are also pleased to note that the Dutch Public Prosecution Service will make the necessary decisions concerning prosecution at the appropriate time given the criminal investigation is still ongoing".

Poroshenko said that he was "convinced that the objectivity and impartiality of Dutch justice will complete this path".

Investigators a year ago said they had pinpointed 100 people they want to speak to who are believed to have been involved in transporting the Buk missile launcher or its use.

A symbolic forest monument will open to the public in Amsterdam on the third anniversary of the downing of a Malaysia Airlines flight.

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U.S. State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert said that Washington "urges other states to cooperate fully in order to ensure those responsible are brought to justice".

"Malaysia stands united with you".

Dutch King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima on July 17 will join other global officials at a ceremony to dedicate the memorial in the park of Vijfhuizen near Schiphol Airport in Amsterdam.

The victims' names has been engraved on a statue in the shape of an eye pointed skywards.

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After a ceremony at which relatives read out the names of victims, Willem-Alexander and Maxima, joined by 17 local children, each holding a single sunflower, were first to inspect the new monument.

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