Russian Prosecutor General’s office reported on what additional materials were transferred to the colleagues from the Netherlands in connection with the investigation of the disaster Malaysian “Boeing” flight MH17 in Ukraine. In the Russian Ministry stressed that these materials refute the findings of the investigation.
The official representative of the GP of the Russian Federation Alexander Kurennoy said on Friday that in October 2016, Russia sent to the Dutch side of the primary radar data on the air situation at the time of the collapse of the liner. However, to decode these data in the Netherlands are unable. And now the Russian side has repeatedly sent the data, reformatting them in the requested the Dutch side view – ASTERIX. In addition, there were attached and detailed instructions for working with the materials, reports TASS.
Kurennoy said that this is the fifth request of the Netherlands on the criminal case about the crash of the Malaysian Boeing in the sky over the Donbas. And all of these requests, the Russian side performed.
“The Russian side once again emphasized that the analysis of the data of the Russian radar in the format of “primary registration”, and in the format of ASTERIX disprove the claim of the official investigation regarding the place of missile launch”, – stated in the message class.
He added that according to the Russian materials, rocket firing, brought down “Boeing” could not be carried out near the village of Pervomayskoye, as it was declared by representatives of the Joint investigation team on September 28, 2016.
Russia once again highlights the interest in the objectivity of the investigation of the crash Malaysian “Boeing” and called on the Netherlands is mandatory to take into account the information provided, said the representative of the Russian Prosecutor General’s office.
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