An international investigation team to investigate the collapse in the summer of 2014 in the Donbass Boeing 777 of Malaysia airlines (flight MH17) came to the conclusion that the missile that shot down the airliner, was delivered to Ukraine from Russia. It is reported by the Dutch broadcasting company NOS with reference to the data announced by Wednesday, September 28, the chief investigator Fred Westerbeke during a meeting with relatives of victims of the tragedy.
“Buk”, from which a shot was fired, was in the separatist-controlled territory near the town of Pervomaisk. After the strike, he was returned to Russia, according to investigators.
Investigators also reported that they were able to identify some people who, in their opinion, involved in the crash. It is alleged that it is estimated about one hundred people, reports NOS. One of the relatives of the dead passengers that attended the meeting, confirmed this information to Reuters. Family members were informed about the results of the investigation before the media, says the Agency.
Informed experts came to the conclusionthat the ship was struck by a missile fired from the ground from anti-aircraft missile complex “Buk”. However, relative to the location from which the rocket was fired, the opinions differed: in the West and in Kiev in the incident accused the separatists, who are called “controlled by Russia” in Russia believe that the crime involved the Ukrainian military.
Last year the Russian concern “Almaz-Antey” reportedthat the plane was released from the missile 9M38 from a place close to the village zaroshchens’ke, Donetsk region, which at the time of the accident was under the control of the armed forces of Ukraine. An international investigation team led by the Netherlands has put forward other version – that a rocket fired from the village of Snow, where they were deployed by the separatists.
In anticipation of the publication of the report of the international group of investigators, the press Secretary of the President of Russia Dmitry Peskov has called the investigation of the circumstances of the crash Boeing to consider all data, including those presented recently by the Russian military. According to the published Russian defense Ministry information, located in the Rostov region the radar “Utes-T” were not recorded closer to the plane of any aerial objects from the Eastern regions of Donbass, controlled at that time by the separatists, including from the Snow.
Passenger plane Boeing 777 company “Malaysian airlines”, carrying out flight MH17 from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur that crashed on 17 July 2014 in the Eastern Donetsk region. Killed the citizens of 10 countries – 283 passengers and 15 crew members.