This decision of the five countries on a Dutch-led Joint Investigation Team probing the crash was communicated to the United Nations Security Council on Thursday. They believe this is the only right way to obtain a good international cooperation to find the truth and to punish the guilty. “No route is 100 percent perfect, but this is the route that is by far the most preferred,” Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte said. The Netherlands is leading the criminal investigation, which is also assisted by Belgium, Australia and Ukraine. Two-thirds of the victims in the MH17 flight crash were Dutch. For now, the investigation into the crash continues and it’s expected to have in October an official report detailing how the plane was downed.