Lithuanian, Estonian formins expect MH17 findings 'to open eyes of some colleagues'

The Lithuanian and Estonian foreign ministers expect that international investigators' findings on the downing of a Malaysia Airlines jet over eastern Ukraine in 2014 "will open the eyes of some colleagues".
Dutch-led criminal investigators delivering their verdict on MH-17 plain catastrophe
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