Australian foreign minister to visit United Nations

Australian foreign minister is going to the session of the UN GA in US and that is what she said:

"I will attend the 74th session of the United Nations General Assembly in New York from 22 September. The UN General Assembly Leaders’ Week is the largest annual gathering of world leaders and foreign ministers.

A key objective of my visit will be to ensure that Australia’s efforts to promote security and prosperity in our region, the Indo-Pacific, are reflected in the work of the UN.

I will also attend the MH17 Joint Investigation Team Foreign Ministers’ meeting to reaffirm Australia’s resolve to seek accountability for the downing of flight MH17 and justice for the victims and their families.

In addition to a range of other multilateral meetings and forums, I will meet ministerial counterparts from around the world and senior UN representatives."

Dutch king tells UN assembly Russia must cooperate with MH17 investigation

King Willem-Alexander told his audience at the United Nations general assembly on Tuesday evening that everyone – including Russia – must cooperate with efforts to find out the truth about the downing of flight MH17.

It is ‘unacceptable for individuals responsible for international crimes to escape their just punishment’, the king said in his speech.

‘In this forum I wish to repeat that, under Security Council resolution 2166, all countries – including Russia – must cooperate fully with efforts to establish the truth about the downing of flight MH17 on 17 July 2014.’

‘The families of the 298 victims,’ the king said, ‘expect justice, and we will not rest until justice is done.’