“We believe that such an inquiry must begin as quickly as possible under the UN aegis. To that end the Security Council must make yet one more decision. We are alarmed that some of our partners have been trying to steer practical efforts to organize the inquiry into separate bilateral contacts with the Ukrainian authorities,” Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said at a briefing in Moscow on Monday, July 28.
“I do not want to attack with accusations too soon, but I hope no one will be trying to cover tracks,” Lavrov said.
“We are not living in the Stone Age but in the era of supermodern technologies, and alluding that we’re concealing something or could hide something is probably not serious,” Lavrov said.