Dutch Prosecutor’s Office: No radar data from Russia yet
18:44, 6 October 2016

Dutch Prosecutor’s Office: No radar data from Russia yet

Wim de Braun, official representative of the authority, said this at Thursday briefing, - Yevropeiska Pravda

18:44, 6 October 2016


The Dutch Prosecutor’s office denied the statements of the Kremlin that Russia allegedly sent to the Netherlands initial radar data of Malaysian Boeing 777 that was downed over Donetsk region in July 2014. Yevropeiska Pravda reported this with a reference to Wim de Braun, spokesman for the Dutch Prosecutor’s Office, said this at a briefing on Thursday.

‘No, we still haven’t received anything from the Russian Federation. They never provided any information on the issue. Yes, we know there reportedly is some radar data, but we receive that information only from newspaper articles and public statements made by the Russian representatives’, Braun said.

Source: Yevropeiska Pravda

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