SINGAPORE, October 16. /Corr. Evgeniy Solovyov/. The Russian government has extended an invitation to representatives of Malaysia to visit Moscow to review the results of its own investigation on the causes of the crash Boeing in Ukraine. This was reported on Friday the Deputy Minister of foreign Affairs of the Kingdom of rizal Merican Naina.
“We consider this invitation,” the diplomat said. “For us the most important is the organization of justice for those who were on Board flight MH17 who lost their lives as a result of irresponsible and absolutely unacceptable”, – said the Deputy Minister. In his words, “those responsible must be held accountable”.
The Russian foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said the day before, prepared by the Dutch experts, the final report on the investigation of the crash Boeing has caused Russia a lot of questions that have no answer.
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The aircraft company Malaysia Airlines was shot down on July 17 of last year in the Eastern Donetsk region. On Board the ship carried out flight from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur, there were 283 passengers and 15 crew members, they all died.
The security Council (SC) of the Netherlands on 13 October published the final report on the causes of the crash of flight MH17, and the concern “Almaz-Antey” presented field experiments confirmed the findings of its own investigation of the disaster. Specialists of the Russian company confirmed that Boeing was fired from anti-aircraft missile complex “Buk” from the area of the village zaroshchens’ke, which, as previously reported, the day of the crash was controlled by the Ukrainian military. 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.