MOSCOW, Oct 13, 2015:
A day before the Dutch Safety Board is to present its final technical report on the Malaysian Airlines flight MH17 crash in eastern Ukraine last year, Vladimir Putin’s spokesman said that a number of facts presented by Russia regarding the incident had been ignored.
The Russian president’s press secretary, Dmitry Peskov, told journalists that the Russian side had “repeatedly expressed its disappointment over the lack of proper level of cooperation and engagement of the Russian experts into the investigation”.
He noted that certain leaks from the report that emerged earlier could not be verified and proved authentic.
According to a RT.com
report, Peskov called on the media to wait for the official report’s release and promised that the document was going to be “most thoroughly examined” by Russian experts.
According to a report in the Malaysian media, Russia’s Roasaviation flight authority handed over to the Netherlands some “serious remarks” in response to the abstract of the final report on the reasons for the MH17 crash on July 17, 2014, which killed all 298 passengers and crew members on board, the RT.com
Deputy head of Roasaviation Oleg Storchevoy said instead of examining the damage caused to the crashed Boeing’s nose and fuselage and then making logical interpretations, the Dutch investigative group “immediately jumped to conclusions and blamed a BUK missile complex of shooting down the MH17 flight,” also positioning it in accordance with the initial reports, without explaining how the BUK’s alleged position was calculated.https://www.rt.com/news/318363-dutch-investigators-ignore-russia/