The Senate passed a resolution Thursday night that condemns the downing of a jetliner over eastern Ukraine.

Sens. Chris MurphyChris MurphyDems limited in their ability to slow ObamaCare vote Democrats search for GOP healthcare bill Dem senator: GOP using Russia, Scalise shooting as 'cover' for healthcare MORE (D-Conn.) and Ron JohnsonRon JohnsonRand Paul calls to slow down 'rushed' ObamaCare repeal process Overnight Cybersecurity: Obama DHS chief defends Russian hack response | Trump huddles on grid security | Lawmakers warned about cyber threat to election systems Overnight Healthcare: Abortion language may be cut from Senate ObamaCare bill | Anthem to leave ObamaCare markets in two states | WH launches repeal website MORE (R-Wis.) introduced S. Res. 520, which passed through a unanimous consent agreement.

Their resolution condemns the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 and expresses condolences to the families of the victims.

The flight, carrying 298 people, was shot down on July 17. Ukrainian officials have blamed pro-Russian separatists in the region, saying the militants shot down the plane with an antiaircraft missile.

The resolution also calls on the Russian government to immediately stop sending weapons and fighters across the border into Ukraine and urges the European Union to join the United States in increasing sanctions against Russia.