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12 November, 2014 at 2:09 am in Auto
Jordans Kids Shoes Tony Abbott has confronted Vladimir Putin over Russia's role in the downing of flight MH17, calling for an apology and compensation.
Womens Air Jordan Cheap The Australian prime minister had a tense 15-minute meeting with the Russian strongman on the sidelines of the Apec leaders summit in Beijing on Tuesday.
Mr Abbott told Mr Putin - a former KGB agent and with a blackbelt in judo - that Russia must respect the UN Security Council resolution that underpins the investigation into the atrocity that killed 298 people.
Thirty-eight Australians were among the dead.
Mr Abbott told Mr Putin that Australia was in possession of information that clearly pointed to Russian involvement in the rebel attack that downed the plane in Ukraine.
If true it "would be a very serious matter", he said.
The prime minister pointed out that when the US inadvertently shot down a civilian aircraft, it had duly apologised and made appropriate restitution.
He "commended the precedent" to Mr Putin, the prime minister's office said in a summary of the meeting.
Air Jordan 6 cheap Mr Abbott was referring to Iran Air flight 655, which the US accidentally shot out of the sky in 1988, killing all 290 people on board.
The US expressed deep regret over the tragedy but never formally apologised.
Air Jordan 4 for sale It's not really known what Mr Putin - recently named most powerful man in the world by Forbes magazine - said in response to Mr Abbott's comments.
But the prime minister's office says both men "agreed that all relevant information should be provided to the independent investigation".