Press Secretary of the President of Russia Dmitry Peskov called “preliminary” findings of the investigation of the crash Boeing 777 in Ukraine, and 17 indicated that they cannot be considered “final truth”. He stated this in an interview to the leading program of the air force Stephen Cherry, repeatedly refusing to accept or refute the findings of the report.

“There is nothing to accept or deny. First of all, I repeat, this is pre-trial detention. We still need to continue the investigation. Unfortunately, we saw no evidence… We know that the devil is in these details and, unfortunately, many of these items we are still lacking,” – said Peskov.

“It (the report) may be true or may not be. Still too many contradictions, too early to come to any conclusion”, – stated the press Secretary of the President of Russia.

Aircraft airline Malaysia Airlines, flying from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur, was shot down over the South-East of Ukraine on July 17, 2014. Killing all 298 people on Board. On the eve of the international investigation team to investigate the crash said that anti-aircraft missile complex “Buk” missile which was shot down by Boeing, was delivered from the Russian Federation. The launch was carried out from the territory controlled by the separatists self-proclaimed Donetsk people’s Republic. And after that “Buck” departed back to Russia.

USA consider it necessary to identify the perpetrators

The United States supports the continuation of the criminal investigation of the crash Malaysian Boeing MH17 in Eastern Ukraine to establish individuals who are responsible for the incident, said the U.S. permanent representative to the UN, Samantha Power.

She welcomed the publication of the preliminary results of the investigation and has criticized Russia, questioned the conclusions of the experts. The diplomat argued that Russia “tried to discredit the preliminary results before they were published, questioning the quality of the investigation”. (Quoted by TASS.)

As stated in the written statement, the Power released by the U.S. permanent mission to the UN, the next step will be the establishment of SSG personalities “involved in this crime,” and the preparation of charges. “We fully support this step. Perpetrators and masterminds of this attack must be brought to justice,” – said Samantha Power.

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