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Saturday, December 3, 2016

Russian defense Ministry: Russian SAMS have never crossed the border with Ukraine


The Russian defense Ministry has denied allegations by an International team of investigators on the fact that SAM “Buk”, which was shot down a passenger airliner MH17, was transferred to Ukraine from Russia. Investigators experts to confirm these data referred to the photos and videos of witnesses and intercepted telephone conversations.


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“No Russian anti-aircraft missile systems, including Buk, the Russian-Ukrainian border never crossed,” – said after the appearance the official results of the international investigation, the official representative of the Russian defense Ministry major General Igor Konashenkov.

He noted that such serious findings require serious argument and facts. The Russian side has provided compelling evidence — data air situation recorded by Russian radars. But the objectivity of an International group of investigators, and also made on their basis conclusions are not in doubt,” said Konashenkov.

“All of the data, which were presented today at the briefing, the investigative team – two main sources: the Internet and intelligence agencies of Ukraine”, – said the representative of the defense Ministry.

He also added that Russia is interested in an objective investigation and determine the real culprits of the crash, therefore, is to provide the necessary assistance.

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The full text of the report of the international panel of investigators and video here

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