Foreign Ministry: Russia is not allowed to investigate the disaster Boeing

MOSCOW, October 13. Moscow believes a strange call by the Prime Minister of the Netherlands Mark Rutte to Russia to cooperate in the investigation of the crash, which crashed Malaysian Boeing in the sky over the Ukraine in the summer of 2014, just after the release of the report “ready” findings. As stated by the official representative of the Russian foreign Ministry Maria Zakharova, Russia was ready to join this work, but under various pretexts it was put to the inquiry.

“We do not quite understand the statement of the Prime Minister of the Netherlands Mark Rutte that Russia should cooperate fully in the conduct of a criminal investigation into the crash Malaysian Boeing. This call looks especially strange on the background of the fact that we were ready to join this work”, – said Zakharov.

“We are, however, under various pretexts were not allowed to participate in the investigation. And suddenly, after the publication of the report of the Dutch Council for the investigation of security issues in “ready” conclusions it took the cooperation of Russia,” she said.

As noted in the Russian foreign Ministry, “there is serious doubt that the objective of the Dutch investigation into the crash of Boeing is to establish the cause and not justification in advance of the charges”.

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The responsibility of Kiev for the closure of airspace for civil aviation is undeniable, said Zakharova.

“This is only some of the questions to investigate, which were staged from the Russian side. Obviously, how it was conducted, could not fail to affect his results, – said in comments. – This is undeniable, and confirmed by the Commission was the fact of direct responsibility of Ukraine for the closure of airspace for civil aviation”.

“The way out of this situation would be the continuation of the investigation, duly adjusted, with the full participation of those States that possess materials that could shed light on the disaster of flight MH17 – said Zakharov. – We to this work, of course, be prepared”.

In Moscow he began to study the report of the Dutch Council to investigate the circumstances of the crash MN-17, said Maria Zakharova.

“As for the Russian reaction to the report, it is now studied by experts. Frankly, we are surprised to find that a number of countries have already officially and polnoformatnogo commented that only the published document – as if its content was already known to them”, – said Zakharov.

“This is all the more surprising that the Dutch authorities did everything not to make public the investigation. As you know, a number of Dutch media even filed the lawsuit in the local court, demanding to provide information about it,” she said.