The European Union continues urging the Russian Federation to acknowledge its responsibility for the downing of Malaysia's MH17 flight in the sky over Donbas in 2014 and cooperate to establish the perpetrators of the aircraft being shot down, EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Federica Mogherini has said. "That this killed our 3 attractive children and their grandfather, and destroyed our life and many other lives in the process, is an irrefutable fact", Maslin wrote.
In JIT's website, the team is convinced that a Russian-made BUK Telar surface-to-air missile was used to shoot down MH17.
Mo, 12, Evie, 10 and Otis, eight were returning from a holiday with their grandfather when their plane was shot down.
The plane had been above Ukraine territory controlled by pro-Russian separatists, and investigators in May said the missile had been fired by a Russian brigade.
"That this killed our 3 handsome children and their grandfather, and destroyed our life and many other lives in the process, is an irrefutable fact".
A federal government MP has suggested the world overlook Russia's involvement in the shooting down of MH17 for the sake of "good relations".
"That this happened four years ago today... is an irrefutable fact".
Mr Trump delivered a widely condemned performance alongside Mr Putin following the two leaders' first summit, in which he sided with the Russians against his own intelligence services over the issue of Russian interference with the USA election.
"That the man whose arse you've just been kissing did this, and continues to lie about it, is an irrefutable fact."
"It's not anger that I feel towards the two of you, it's something much, much worse". The three children were on board flight MH17 that was shot down over the Ukraine. "They had a missile, and they ended the lives of 300, shattering and wrenching apart my life, my family and my soul", she said in a Facebook post.
"You have no empathy for your fellow man, and you clearly have no idea what love is. So you have nothing".
Joined by the EU's high representative for foreign affairs, Federica Mogherini, the G7 ministers called on Russian Federation to "immediately engage with Australia and the Netherlands in good faith to explain and to address all relevant questions regarding any potential breaches of worldwide law".
Bishop plans to raise the issue next week when she meets with the UK's new Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt.