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The Russian Foreign Ministry told the Ambassador of the Netherlands that they did not like the report on the Boeing and taught how to investigate 10/04/2016 17:10:40. Total views 684. Views today — 0.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation expressed dissatisfaction to the Ambassador of the Netherlands unsatisfactory, from the point of view of the Russian Federation, reporton the culprits in the destruction of Boeing over Donbass in the summer of 2014. It is said by the statement of the Foreign Ministry of the Russian Federation.

"The Ambassador were informed about serious reasons for which interim results of a criminal investigation, presented on September 28th, concerning the Malaysian Boeing crash over Ukraine on July 17th, 2014 can not be considered as satisfactory by Russia," - said the statement.

The Russian Foreign Ministry reported that they had doubts about objectivity, integrity and impartiality of the presented evidence of the location of the launched rocket that downed the Boeing, as well as route of displaced of the Buk self-propelled air defense missile system.

The Russian side also "urged Hague to study carefully the primary radar data that Russia had recently submitted, which are the most objective proof of what really happened in the skies over Ukraine at the time of the disaster and to take them into account in its final conclusions."

It was reported that the Boeing 777 of the Malaysia Airlines Airlines flight MH17 from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur was shot down on July 17th, 2014 on the territory occupied by militants in Donetsk region. According to the interim report of the first phase of the work of Joint Investigation Team (JIT), caused of the death of 298 people in the crash of the Malaysian Boeing 777 MH17 flight was 9M38 series rockets fired from Buk close to Pervomaiskoye village - from the territory, which in July 2014 was controlled by pro-Russian separatists. Buk was brought from the territory of the Russian Federation and was returned to Russia after downing the passenger aircraft.