The Kremlin has not commented on the Dutch report on the crash of the Boeing

MOSCOW, October 13. The Kremlin has refused comment submitted today Dutch experts report on the causes of the disaster Malaysian Boeing over Ukraine in July 2014.

“According to the report on the plane today, I’m not going to comment on. Of course, there will need to certainly look into,” he explained to reporters the President’s press Secretary Dmitry Peskov. He suggested: “Rather, will be followed by a review of experts on this subject.”

Peskov called biased and attempts to name the guilty in the crash Boeing until the end of the investigation

In the Kremlin consider a biased approach attempts to “stick labels” on the guilty in the crash Boeing in Ukraine until the investigation is complete and without data “visual experiments” Peskov said, commenting on the statements by the representatives of Kiev that the plane was allegedly shot down from the territory not controlled Ukraine.

“Until the conclusion of any investigation to glue some labels and assign someone to be guilty, the emphasis is not noticing the very curious facts, which become known during the visual experiments I have in mind the present experiment “Almaz-Antey”, other data cited by Russian experts actually, this says about such obviously biased and tendentious approach”, – said the representative of the Kremlin.

Passenger aircraft Boeing 777-200ER company “Malaysian airlines” (Malaysia Airlines), carrying out flight MH17 from Amsterdam (Netherlands) to Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia), crashed July 17, 2014 in the Eastern Donetsk region. Killed 283 passengers and 15 crew members – 10 citizens of the States. The reasons for the disaster were put forward the version about hit by a missile “earth-air” or “air-air”.

Russian concern “Almaz-Antey” presented October 13 field experiments confirmed the findings of its own investigation of the disaster. The specialists of “Almaz-Antey” has established the estimated area of launching anti-aircraft missiles at the Malaysian Boeing up to four kilometers. The experiments confirmed the previously voiced concern about the place of launch it was the area of settlement zaramensky in the Donetsk region, reportedly, the day of the catastrophe “Boeing” was controlled by the Ukrainian military. This refutes the data of the international Commission, which calls the launch site, the village of Snow.

In addition, the experts group concluded that there was a rocket used an older modification than previously thought, namely M. The production of these missiles was completed in 1986, they were taken out of service in Russia.