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Russia is trying to complicate finding the truth in MH17 catastrophe
16:04, 21 March 2017
Russia is trying to complicate finding the truth in MH17 catastrophe

Now Ukraine could not conduct new search operations at the crash site

16:04, 21 March 2017

Reuters

Russia is trying to complicate finding the truth in the Malaysian Boeing catastrophe investigation. This was stated in an interview with Ukrinform by the first deputy prosecutor general Dmytro Storozhuk.

Commenting on the information about the attempt to transport the remains from the downed MH17 found in Donbas and that the Netherlands is awaiting the resumption of search operations, he said: "We have no confirmation, but according to unofficial data, this man who transported remains was the" husband "of the man who died there. To get into  this territory, he negotiated with the militants, perhaps even paid them a lot of money."

According to him, Ukraine now does not have the opportunity to inspect the place of the crash, because this territory is a zone of military operations and controlled by militants.

"And all the members of the International Joint Investigative Group understand this: they  are constantly turning to Russia for assistance in the investigation of this terrible crime, while Russia is doing everything possible to obstruct finding the truth," he added.

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