The foreign Ministry will call the Ambassador of the Netherlands to clarify claims to report on MH17


The Dutch Ambassador in Moscow summoned to Russian foreign Ministry on 3 October, said the official representative of the Ministry Maria Zakharova, said in a statement on the official website of the Ministry of foreign Affairs.

The Ambassador will explain the reasons for rejection by the Russian side of the working methods of the investigative group on the case of the crash of flight MH17 in the Donbas, the report said. The Ambassador of the Netherlands will present arguments about the unacceptability of ignoring the “Russian side also provide important objective information”. This undermines the cooperation of Russian experts with the investigation, explain in the Ministry of foreign Affairs.

In addition, the foreign Ministry drew attention to the total rejection of the Dutch side, “any criticism” of the investigation, even thoroughly reasoned, stated in the message. The Russian foreign Ministry believe that the presented data of the investigation “Intrusive portrayed as the only true and does not tolerate any doubt and objection.

Previously the foreign Ministry of the Netherlands has summoned the Russian Ambassador in the Hague in response to criticism of Moscow outcome of the investigation by an international team of investigators into the collapse of the Boeing MH17 in the Donbas.

Subsequently, the press-Secretary of Russian President Dmitry Peskov commented on this decision and stated that “dialogue is always good.” The Russian Ambassador in the Netherlands will provide all the views on our position, explained Sands.

The second report of the investigators of the International investigation team (JIT) on the causes of the crash Boeing in the Donbass, on 17 July 2014 were presented on September 28. According to the version of the investigation team, the Buk, which was hit by the plane was delivered from Russia, and after the launch returned to Russian territory. Moreover, JIT said that the launch of the rocket from the “Buka” was made in the village of Pervomayskaya, which was controlled by the self-proclaimed militia Donetsk national Republic.

In turn, the defense Ministry said that no Russian anti-aircraft missile systems, including Buk, never crossed the border of Russia and Ukraine.

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