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The EU counts on the cooperation of countries in the investigation of the MH17 plane crash 07/17/2017 14:42:47. Total views 489. Views today — 0.

The European Union looks forward to the cooperation of countries in the investigation of the MH17 disaster to bring the perpetrators to justice. This is reported in the statement of the EU High Representative for the Common Foreign and Security Policy Federika Mogerini, RBK-Ukraina reports.

"We expect that all countries that can contribute to the investigation and prosecution of those responsible for the crime will do so in accordance with the requirements of UN Security Council Resolution 2166", - the statement said.

The European Union also believes that the investigation of the MH17 disaster in the Donbass needs the constant support of the international community.

The Bellingcat report recreated the following version of events. Between June 23-25, 2014, Russia’s 53rd Anti-Aircraft Missile Brigade transported vehicles within Russia to positions close to the Russian border with Ukraine. This includes Buk 332, later photographed and filmed in Ukraine on July 17 and 18, 2014. On July 17, 2014, Buk 332 was in Ukraine, and arrived in Donetsk in the morning, later it eventually reached the town of Snizhne in the early afternoon. Buk 332 arrived at a field south of Snizhne and fired a missile that resulted in the destruction of flight MH17. Buk 332 was next filmed traveling east through the separatist-controlled city of Luhansk on the morning of July 18, 2014 missing one missile.