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Wednesday, November 22, 2017

The Kremlin has called the conditions for the failure of the investigation on MH17

Press Secretary of the President of Russia Dmitry Peskov said in a media interview that the investigation of the crash Malaysian “Boeing” flight MH17 is doomed to failure, if you ignore some of the versions and proceed from the paradigm of Russian guilt.

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Dmitry Peskov.

Russian officials continue to comment on the preliminary report of the Joint investigation team of the death in the Donbass Malaysian Boeing flight MH17, which was presented on Wednesday.

Thus, the press Secretary of the President of Russia Dmitry Peskov on air of the First channel on Saturday said that it is impossible to conduct the investigation “without taking any of the versions.” He recalled that after a few minutes after the tragedy at the official level in the known countries blamed Russia. Peskov said that if the investigation lead based on this paradigm, it is doomed to partiality, is doomed to failure.”

We will remind that on Wednesday, after the publication of the preliminary report, Peskov noted that not all countries provided the consequence of such an array of information. He stressed that a number of countries have still not introduced the radar data.

Also, the Russian foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said in a BBC interview refused to apologize for the death of Malaysian “Boeing”, urging not to draw conclusions until the investigation is completed. He also noted that Russia gave the result of new data and it is hoped that these materials will draw attention.

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