MH-17 investigative team arrived in Moscow
International MH-17 investigators arrived in Moscow to discuss the case with the Russian part
International MH-17 investigators arrived in Moscow. They shall discuss the case with the Russian part during next two days.
Prosecutors and the police are in the delegation. No other details are reported, there will be no statements or interview after the visit. The cooperated investigative team includes representative from the Netherlands, Australia, Malaysia, Belgium and Ukraine. They jointly conduct criminal investigation to find and do justice upon the guilty of the Boeing crash in Donbas.
The airplane, performing a flight from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur, crashed near Donetsk in July 2014. 298 died.
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