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On Monday, July 21, Putin and Rutte praised the resolution and exchanged views on measures to investigate the cause of the jet crash.
The UN Security Council resolution demands an immediate suspension of all the combat actions in the area of the crash and an unimpeded access for investigators to the site of the crash for an all-round, thorough and independent investigation as specified by the international principles of civil aviation.
Russian permanent representative to the UN Vitaly Churkin said Russia was ready to assist the investigation in every possible way and to send its investigators upon request.
He stressed the importance of conducting the investigation under the auspices of the International Civil Aviation Organisation.