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Thursday, October 27, 2016

Lavrov refused to apologize for the death of “Boeing” MH17

The Minister of foreign Affairs of Russia Sergey Lavrov in interview to TV channel bi-Bi-si refused to apologize for the deaths in the Donbass Malaysian Boeing flight MH17. The head of the Russian foreign Ministry urged not to draw conclusions until the investigation is completed.

photo: Gennady Cherkasov

BBC presenter Stephen Sackur during an interview with the Minister of foreign Affairs of Russia Sergey Lavrov has asked him a question, he would like to apologize for the death of the Malaysian Boeing flight MH17. The presenter explained his question by saying that the international investigative group announced recently at a press conference that the plane was shot down by a missile complex “Buk”, which was delivered to Donbass from Russia and taken back after the incident.

“Apologize for what?” – asked in response, the Russian foreign Minister. According to TASS, Lavrov said that the investigation is still not completed and to draw conclusions in advance is not necessary. The Russian Minister also said that the investigation announced 100 names appearing in the case, but they are not named and are even at the stage of the suspects.

At the same time, Lavrov continued, Russia has provided a huge amount of information and hopes that the international investigation will pay attention to these materials.

“The investigation is still not finished and talking about who is guilty and who is not, at least from this point of view, it is premature”, — said the Russian foreign Minister.

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