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Monday, July 17, 2017

On the anniversary of the deaths of MH17 Poroshenko said about the “Russian” rocket


Today is the third anniversary of the death in the skies of Donbass Boeing-777 “of Malaysian airlines. One of the first “honored the memory” of Holocaust victims, the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko accused in the tragedy of Russia.

“Bow to the 298 innocent victims, the beating of the hearts which broke the Russian rocket three years ago,” he wrote in his Twitter.

Chilam head before nevinnie 298 victims of betta serdari yakih obral rosiyska rocket three rocky that #MH17 pic.twitter.com/jg42Lpmplk

Petro Poroshenko (@Poroshenko) on July 17, 2017

He also added that he believes in “objectivity and impartiality of the Dutch justice”, as well as the inevitable punishment for those “who planned this crime.”

We will remind, Boeing-777, departed from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur was shot down on 17 July 2014 in the Donbass. Killing all 298 people on Board. Kiev and the West blame the tragedy of Russia and militias that allegedly destroyed the aircraft complex “Buk” was brought to Donbas from Russia, and then was taken back.

In Moscow, these accusations are consistently deny. Russian President Vladimir Putin during an interview with the American Director Oliver stone that the Americans are deliberately hiding the true data about the crash.

Watch the video on:
“In a network there was video of the first minutes after the crash of the Boeing MH17”

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The Collapse Of The “Boeing”. Chronicle of events
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