The Russian government sent an international investigation team involved in the investigation of Boeing 777 crash over Donbas, the new data. The materials were handed over to the Dutch Ambassador in Moscow renée Jones-BOS, which will forward them to the investigators, reports TASS.

“They (the investigators Note. will have to determine whether it is primary radar data that Russia promised to pass earlier” – said the Minister of security and justice of the Netherlands AP van der Ster.

In early October, the General Prosecutor of the Netherlands statedthat the investigation did not receive primary radar data for the Boeing 777 crash. “We still have not received anything from Russia. No information on this occasion they were not given to us. Yes, we do know about the alleged existence of the radar data, but, like you, only from publications in the Newspapers, the public speeches of the representatives of the Russian Federation”, – declared the representative of Department WIM De brown.

From published by the international investigation team report indicated that the plane was shot down from PKR “Beech”, delivered from Russia. The launch was carried out from agricultural fields near the village of Pervomayskaya, which was under the control of the separatists of the Donetsk people’s Republic.

The Russian side, criticizing the report of the international investigation team, insisted that objectivity should take into account information from the radar, meaning made on 26 September statement of the Ministry of defence that is located in the Rostov region “Utes-T” were not recorded closer to the plane of any air objects of the Eastern Donbass regions.

The representative of the Russian foreign Ministry called the report biased and said, “We very much hope that after the Russian side gave to SSG such indisputable evidence, as the primary radar data, and each expert it is clear that this is the most that neither is a proof, the situation will change and the final conclusions of the investigation, in contrast to prior turn into objective truth, and finally point to the real culprits of the tragedy.”

The Kremlin saidthat the conclusions of the investigators cannot be considered “final truth”, and before the report stressedthat “it is impossible to draw any conclusions without considering the latest information that was published by our military, namely the primary radar data, which recorded all aircraft or objects that could start or be in the air on the territory controlled at that time by the militia.”

The Ministry of defence saidthat “presented to the world public the data of the Russian radar on the traffic situation the day of the crash on 17 July 2014,” and added: “These data it is impossible to refute – only to confirm those of the air situation with the Ukrainian radars”.

Russia handed over to the Netherlands new data on the crash of the Boeing over Donbass 27.10.2016

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