Russia gives new data on MH17 to the Netherlands

Russia has handed over data on the crash of the Malaysia Airlines flight MH-17 to the representatives of the Dutch authorities, Dutch News reported. The minister of security and justice of the Netherlands, Ard van der Steur, reported that the Russian side has handed over new data on the MH-17 crash in Ukraine.

According to the Dutch TV Channel NOS, the transferred materials could contain radar images related to the crash of the Boeing 777. The minister noted that the National Public Prosecutor’s Office of the Netherlands will decide whether the transferred material can be used in the criminal investigation.

An international group of investigators found that the Buk missile system that shot down flight MH-17 was brought to Ukraine from Russia. The full text of the report on the MH-17 crash was published later.

The Kremlin stated that the report on flight MH-17 isn’t the final truth. The Boeing 777 aircraft from Malaysia Airlines crashed on July 17, 2014 in the Donbas. There were 298 people on board; all of them were killed.

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