Russia responded to the relatives of the victims of the crash Boeing in the Donbass


Russia is ready again to provide existing primary radar data for the investigation of the crash Malaysian Boeing 777, which crashed in Donbas on July 17, 2014. About it the Deputy head of the Federal air transport Agency, Oleg Storchevoy said in reply to a letter relatives of victims appealed to President Vladimir Putin. This answer was at the disposal of TASS.

The Russian side, said in response to the letter, provided to the security Council of the Netherlands (PRS) all available data of the primary radar. It happened, writes Storchevoy, in August 2014. However, he clarified that the data was transmitted in the format of a video recording from screen air situation of the Russian Manager.

“I want to clarify that primary radar data from the Russian side, are stored only in the format of videos that is not contrary to the standards of the International civil aviation organization (ICAO),” — said the Deputy head of the Federal air transport Agency. “Russia still retains the data and is ready again to provide their respective authorized organizations”, — said in response.

The relatives of the victims in a plane crash 13 January 2016 appealed to the Prime Minister of the Netherlands Mark Rutte urging them to launch an international campaign to publish radar images which will allow you to determine what a rocket was fired that hit the ship. Relatives have expressed indignation at the fact that neither the Russian nor the Ukrainian authorities, they said, had not provided investigators primary radar data. “We can’t accept the fact that people refused to provide critical information,” they wrote.

January 22, TASS reported that the relatives of those killed in the crash, appealed to the authorities of Russia and Ukraine with a request to provide this information. According to the Agency, the document was signed by 22 people from the Netherlands, UK, Switzerland, Canada and Australia, which said that “all countries must honour their obligations to fully cooperate in the investigation of causes of the tragedy (which holds the Dutch side)”.

EN route from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur Boeing 777 flight MH17 crashed near Donetsk on the territory not controlled by the Central government on 17 July 2014, on Board there were 283 passengers and 15 crew members, they all died.

13 October 2015 the Commission of the security Council of the Netherlands presented a final report on the causes of the disaster. It said that Boeing was shot down by a missile “earth — air”, released from the installation “Beech”. The missile, according to experts of the Commission, was produced from an area of about 320 sq km.

The conclusion about who owned the territory from which a rocket was fired, the report no. The establishment of the perpetrators and accessories anti-aircraft guns engaged the international investigation team, whose findings are yet to be published. Moscow has criticized the findings of the Commission. Oleg Storchevoy in particular said that the level of irrationality “through the roof”, and Dutch experts were involved in “adapting the evidence to fit pre-selected version”.

Russia has always denied any involvement in the crash near Donetsk, it has not lost any of the citizen of the Russian Federation, the crash of a foreign airliner occurred over the territory of another state. In July 2015, Russia blocked the establishment of an international Tribunal to investigate the crash of Boeing MH17 veto in the UN security Council.